Join Native American Chef Lois Ellen Frank, Ph.D. and Chef Walter Whitewater for a journey into the rich culinary traditions of tamale making. Every year around the Holidays, family and friends get together to make tamales. Lots and lots of tamales. These ancestral corn masa and corn husked wrapped culinary delights are a New Mexican favorite. Learn how to make a light, tender, airy, incredibly flavorful handmade tamale featuring a homemade New Mexico’s green chile sauce and stuffed with calabasitas, literally meaning little squash or summer squash and featuring green chile, squash and corn, a traditional New Mexico dish. You’ll want to sign up and take both Part I and Part II of this series. Part I will be a green chile tamale and Part II will be a red chile tamale.
Lois will be teaching & cooking LIVE on the call with time for Q & A at the end.