Tamales & Tortillas Masterclass

188 Unit 6 Hunter St. W., Peterborough, ON

March 21st 6-8:30 pm

Join us & learn all about one of the most ancient Mexican dishes. A tamal consists of a corn-meal dough and some type of filling that is wrapped in either corn husk or banana leaf, and steamed. This is a favorite food for the Day of the Dead season, as well as many other holidays. The word tamal comes from the Aztec word tamalli which means “wrapped.” This is one of the most ancient foods and was consumed in Mesoamerica possibly as far back as 5000 B.C. You’ll also learn how to make your own gluten-free, corn tortillas using a tortilla press! Your $55 + HST ticket Includes: – Welcoming snacks – Hands-On: Mole or veggie tamales (Let us know when booking) – Hands-On: Make your own tortillas from scratch! – Beer pairing sponsored by The Publican House BYO container to take home your delicious creations! Get your tickets online: lahaciendatpbo.com or visit us. If preferred, send an eTransfer to info@lahaciendaptbo.com / password: lovetamales