a real porteña kitchen

Norma teaches criolla cooking out of her home kitchen. Often to expats who range from clueless to experienced, and we hope to fall closer to the experienced end of that spectrum. The pictures kind of say it all—we learned how to make meat empanadas, a lentil stew and alfajores (dulce de leche cookies) with a small group. Our hands got greasy and covered in flour, we had some laughs, and best of all a meal at the end. On a personal note, I felt comfortable with Norma’s teaching style because she reminds me of my mum—structured and open to spontaneity. Totes recommended.

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