Menu : Cook Culture will be serving a West Coast Ceviche and give you some hands on techniques to use in your own kitchen! Sip on a cocktail while you are at it.
Diana Kennedy, “The Mick Jagger of Mexican Cooking” and two-time James Beard award winner, proves she’s never lost her zest for life or her love of papadzules. The world’s foremost culinary expert on Mexican cooking is a petite, 94-year-old, British-born woman — and that isn’t the most eccentric thing about her. Soon-to-be making its British Columbia premiere, Diana Kennedy: Nothing Fancy won the Special Jury Award for excellence in storytelling at the SXSW Film Festival.
Celebrating a love for home cooking and cooking education, Cook Culture is featuring a dish that is simple and flavourful. A West Coast Ceviche showcasing fresh BC white fish marinated in citrus juice, tomatoes, chilies, cilantro and avocado. Served with corn tortilla chips.
Wash it all down with a Paloma cocktail made with tequila and grapefruit juice