Mexican Street Food

Antojitos, meaning “little cravings,” usually refer to the famous Mexican street foods prepared in the small traditional markets of Mexico. Probably the most famous, and a food staple here in the United States, is the taco. All of these incredible foods have one thing in common and that’s the unique heritage and tradition that they come from. Join Chef Casey as he shares his tips to these delicious treats, including the birria taco. Birria is a wonderful traditional Mexican dish made as a stew or as a taco filling. Come with us as we explore one of the most extensive street food cultures in the world!

Each seat purchased includes a chef prepared kit with all the ingredients you will need to create your recipes. Each kit contains ingredients for two servings of each recipe. Additional seats may be purchased for additional servings.

Mexican Birria
Sauteed Corn and Cotija Salad
Arroz con Leche

  • Kit Pickup: Please pick up your ingredient kit at City Creek cooking school on Wednesday, March 31st, from 12 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.
    The address is: 135 E 100 S, Salt Lake City, UT 84111

Click here for the equipment list and preparation instructions for this class. Please gather equipment and complete necessary preparations before the start of class.

Each class is a password-protected Zoom session. You can download Zoom at
You’ll receive an email with a session ID and password prior to your class.

Please list any dietary restrictions in the comment section.

To receive a refund or credit, cancellations must be submitted no less than 48 hours before the class begins. Please contact the school at or 801.428.0372 with any questions

April 1 @ 6:00 pm
6:00 pm — 7:30 pm (1h 30′)

City Creek

Chef Casey Bowthorpe

Price: $45

6 seats available

This class starts within 12 hours.
Online registration is closed. Call school to inquire about availability: (801) 428-0366