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TRAVELING TO EAT - part 2


Whole Hog Week

La Villa Bonita


Have you ever wanted to be personally involved in a head to tail culinary immersion? If so, late in October you can do just that in Mexico. The school is located 20 minutes from Cuernavaca at the base of the Tepozteco mountains. Chef Ana Garcia takes you in her capable hands and passionately teaches you about traditional Mexican slow food techniques. Here you will be introduced you to local farmers and producers, visit the Masa Mill and learn how to make tamales, taste tequila and mezcal, cook with chilies, and learn about whole hog butchering and cooking. Other than the Whole Hog Week, Chef Ana offers 2 night - 7 night programs.


www.lavillabonita.com/wholehog/


Dehli Food Walks


A great option if you find yourself in the major cities of India and are looking for a street food experience that is safe and knowledgeable contact Dehli Food Walks.


Some of their tours include:


Old Dehli -soul-satisfying street food

Breakfast Trail -delectable dishes available only in the mornings

Chandni Chowk Food Walk -perfect blend of food, history, and culture of Old Delhi

A Day in Dehli -a glimpse of day to day life

Mum's Kitchen -mothers are the best cooks

Nizamuddin -reflects the history of the community and its people

Daryaganj -city for its delectable cuisines

Tea Trail -refresh your senses, changing tea culture of this city

Gurudwara Walk -concept of community kitchen, called Langar

Kebab Trail -relish the delicious, succulent, and exquisitely spiced kebabs


www.dehlifoodwalks.com

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