Quesabirria Tacos and Tequila Tasting

If you love good Mexican food grab a seat now! Mexicans celebrate their Independence Day with fireworks, parties (fiestas), food, dance, and music on Sept. 16. Flags, flowers, and decorations in the colors of the Mexican flag–red, white and green–are seen in public areas in cities and towns in Mexico. We are ready to celebrate with you and make these delicious tacos!

Quesabirria was created in Tijuana, Mexico. The dish is inspired by the traditional birria stew of Jalisco. Tijuana taqueros brought quesabirria to Los Angeles around 2016. Taqueros and diners began posting about quesabirria on Instagram shortly after and helped quesabirria go from a handful of vendors serving a regional specialty to a full-fledged phenomenon. The tacos are a cross between a quesadilla and a taco and are then dipped in a savory broth. Come enjoy this delicious viral specialty!

Quesabirria Beef Tacos
Street-Style Elote
Authentic Mexican Flan
Assorted Salsas
Aguas Fresca and Tequila pairing

Note: Because this is a mask-free environment, we ask that all cooking class students be fully vaccinated.

Attendees for this class must be 21 years of age or older. Please be sure to remember your government issued I.D.

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 07cookingschool@harmonsgrocery.com or 801-928-2635 with any questions.

November 10 @ 6:00 pm
6:00 pm — 8:00 pm (2h)

Station Park

Chef Jake Driffill, Chef Wendy Rodriguez-Swindell

Price: $75

12 seats available

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