Paella is one of Spain’s most well-known traditional dishes, with endless regional variations. This dish, closely tied with Spain, has a much older origin than its modern interpretations, and is reflected in the ubiquitous Mexican arroz rojo, red rice. This cooking demonstration class will discuss the Middle Eastern origins of the dishes, as well as ample tastings of both.
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Minerva Orduño Rincón
Minerva Orduño Rincón trained and worked as an architect before redirecting into the culinary field where she has spent the last decade. She was born and raised in Hermosillo, in the northern Mexican state of Sonora, lived in southern Spain, and in various cities throughout the US. Her primary culinary focus is on Sonoran food and the hybridization of cuisines and cultures in the borderland region. She has written for the Phoenix New Times as well as various online publications. She occasionally blogs at www.cucumbersandlimes.com.
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No refund will be issued less than 15 days prior to any Community Class. A $10 cancellation fee will be applied to all refunds. No refunds will be issued for special events. We reserve the right to cancel Community Classes due to insufficient registration, garden closure, or inclement weather, in which case, participants will receive a full refund. People with disabilities should make requests for accommodation as early as possible to allow time to make appropriate arrangements.