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Sunday Sabor: Nose to Tail Cooking

January 24 @ 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm

Learn about nose to tail eating, its importance in Spain, & how to make Madrid-style tripe stew with a Madrid local and professional chef.

Resting high on a dry plateau, far from the sea, the Spanish city of Madrid has long been known for its unique and distinctive cuisine. Unlike much of Spain, where culinary traditions center around rice and seafood, Madrileños have spent centuries perfecting dishes that rely on a creative approach to nose-to-tail cooking. Offal, or casquería en español, remains popular in Madrid, and in this workshop you’ll join Arantxa, a Madrid local and Le Cordon Bleu-trained chef to learn the fascinating history of this style of cooking and the basics of preparing casquería. Arantxa will then demonstrate preparation of Callos a la Madrileña, one of Madrid’s tastiest and most famous nose-to-tail dishes. This rich and hearty winter meal, made of chickpeas, tripe, chorizo, and blood sausage, is adored even by offal-skeptics. You will receive the recipe so you can cook along or, if you prefer, you can sit back and take in all the cooking tips so you can make your own Callos a la Madrileña later.

You’re welcome to make your own stew along with Arantxa if you like, or you can follow along and learn new tricks and techniques for future culinary adventures. Most supplies and ingredients are available at any fresh food supermarket or specialty butcher, and all recipes and ingredients will be sent when booking.

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About the Chef:

Born and raised in Madrid, Arantxa is a professional chef trained at the Le Cordon Bleu cooking school. She loves exploring the markets of Madrid, and cooking traditional Spanish meals. She is a culinary guide and an experienced cooking school teacher and she is delighted that her recipes have traveled the world thanks to her students from all over the globe.

About Devour Tours:

Devour Tours connects people over food. Whether we’re squeezing into our favorite Madrid tapas bar for a calamari sandwich, or hosting a paella workshop online with guests from all over the world, we are passionate about introducing people to the food and stories that make our cities so unique. Through our interactive experiences, we aim to celebrate and preserve culinary traditions and history and support the small businesses that are the heart and soul of our communities.

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Once registered, you can access the Zoom room for this experience through your confirmation email or Eventbrite account. Atlas Obscura online experiences are recommended for attendees age 13+.

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