Called the National Dish of Mexico, Mole is served on holidays... especially on the Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead). Mole may have many ingredients, but this traditional Mexican Sauce is superb and not that hard to make – if you have consummate Mexican native Edurne showing you every step. Did you know that there are many different types? Learn how to make, Black Mole, Green Mole and Mole Coloradito. At the same time learn about the traditions during this festivity that celebrates the dead as well as the living. DEMO, level: beginning.

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Class meets at our eastside location.

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