Mexico’s Traditional Cuisine, with the Instituto Gastronómico CORBUSE / Aliat Universidades - Sold out
Chef: Marco Antonio Estrada Gallardo
with : Gabriel Iguiniz García, Marco Antonio Estrada Gallardo

Workshops Air France

February 24, 1 p.m. - Sold out      18 +

Take a taste trip to Mexico and discover its unique culinary traditions by preparing typical regional dishes with chefs Marco Antonio Estrada Gallardo and Gabriel Iguiniz. Kick off the evening with a revamped version of the Paloma as an aperitif, then discover chiles en nogada, an iconic dish paying homage to the Mexican flag and inspired by the sisters of Puebla in 1821. Last but not least, treat your taste buds to some gorgeous “Gobernador” shrimp tacos.
$99, before wine (tax not included)
Gabriel Iguiniz García

Gabriel Iguiniz García (Mexico)

Instituto Gastronómico CORBUSE/Aliat Universidades

Educated at the Colegio Superior de Gastronomía, this Mexican chef also holds a specialization in artisan baking from the Culinary Institute of America and a specialization in European culinary arts from the Culinary Arts Academy of Switzerland. Gabriel Iguiniz is also firmly committed to promoting Mexican cuisine through various television programs and publications. Moreover, this seasoned chef has dedicated 16 years of his life to passing on his culinary knowledge, working as a culinary professor and trainer. His strong teaching skills have earned him the Profesor Héctor Manuel Romero award.
Marco Antonio  Estrada Gallardo

Marco Antonio Estrada Gallardo (Mexico)

Instituto Gastronómico CORBUSE/Aliat Universidades

A chef who trained in Mexico (Universidad del Claustro de Sor Juana) and Paris (University of Cergy-Pontoise), Marco Antonio Estrada Gallardo specializes in pastry-making and has worked in such prestigious establishments as Hôtel Plaza Athénée in Paris, alongside Christophe Michalak. He now leads the Instituto Gastronómico CORBUSE/Aliat Universidades.
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