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“Wonderful Mexican Cooking Class”
Review of Abuelinda's Cusine

Abuelinda's Cusine
Ranked #2 of 20 things to do in Ajijic
Certificate of Excellence
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Owner description: Abuelinda's Cuisine shares Mexico's culinary culture one delicious meal at a time. Both the cooking school and culinary adventures showcase authentic traditional Mexican cuisine of Mexico's many cultures. Enjoy learning and working with traditional ingredients during the hands-on cooking classes. Abuelinda is fluent in English and Spanish and has over 20 years experience teaching Meso-American cuisine. All skill levels are welcome.
Useful Information: Activities for older children, Wheelchair access, Bathroom facilities, Food available for purchase
Reviewed 4 March 2018 via mobile

We had the best time with a group of 8 at AbueLinda’s cooking class. We learned so much about Mexican Cuisine and culture. We had fun chopping and grilling the ingredients and learning about local Mexican foods. We would highly recommend Abuelinda’s classes. Great food, and a great way to learn about it.

Thank Leonafritz
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lindarharley, Owner at Abuelinda's Cusine, responded to this reviewResponded 5 March 2018

We are so glad that you enjoyed the class. Please come back anytime!!!

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Reviewed 27 February 2018

The two of us were in Ajijic for 10 nights. We took part in 2 of Abuelinda's cooking classes. She is a great ambassador for local foods/cooking traditions. She took the "MYSTERY out of MOLE"!! We particularly enjoyed the guided tour of the Wednesday Ajijic Street Market.."Tianguis". A good idea to inquire & book before you arrive in town, as her classes are in great demand...and worth it!!

Thank TobyRudy
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lindarharley, Owner at Abuelinda's Cusine, responded to this reviewResponded 2 March 2018

Thanks so much for the wonderful review. We hope to will revisit again!!

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Reviewed 22 February 2018

I do not have my home ready yet, and I wanted to give a small party of about 20 folks to thank them for their help in moving to Mexico. I reached to Linda with some ideas of a menu, and she was so easy to work with, and we came up with a splendid plan within my budget. The party was held in a beautiful garden of a local restaurant (Loves and Fishes on Constitucion 14), with everything we agreed on, plus some nice surprises. Best Sangria ever, lovely fruit salad, bean salad, pork tenderloin bruschetta, and guac and chips. Plus citrus and raspberry tea. We could NOT be more pleased!

1  Thank CharlotteOrlandoArea
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lindarharley, Owner at Abuelinda's Cusine, responded to this reviewResponded 2 March 2018

Thank you Charlotte!!! I know everyone had a great time and congratulations on your new home Lakeside!!

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Reviewed 15 February 2018

Shopping, learning and cooking with Abuelinda really added to my adventure to Ajijic!
So authentic, so delicious and so much fun! I would definitely do it again should I be back. ~Kari

Thank sendkm
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lindarharley, Owner at Abuelinda's Cusine, responded to this reviewResponded 2 March 2018

We're so glad that you enjoyed the class Kari! Please come back and visit again!

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Reviewed 7 February 2018 via mobile

While in Ajijic, be sure to take in a cooking lessons from Abuelinda. She is very easy to find in the downtown area.

It seems that her classes are very popular, especially the Wed class where she escorts you to the Farmers' market before you start cooking.

We attended the Mexican Botanas class (Tapas made simple). There were 8 people in the class and Abuelinda kept giving each of us chores while explaining the individual ingredients that were being prepared. I enjoyed learning about the various peppers. There is one pepper that is so small that it's seeds grow right into the skin; and because it is the seeds that make a pepper hot, you just cannot get away from this particular pepper's heat.

We made an enormous amount of food, including a wonderful fruit and veggie salad dressed with lime juice and cilantro, a pasta dish, a green sausage filling for sopes and a very low fat cheese broiled with hot sauce. There was more than enough food for everyone to enjoy.

Fatima, Abuelinda's assistant, had made a lovely chocolate cake for dessert.

Don't forget to bring your own beverage to drink while you are cooking and sampling the food.

I was very impressed that Abuelinda stressed the importance of keeping our hands clean during the cooking process.

It was also fun when she gave us 10 pesos to go next door and buy tortillas.

What I will remember most about our time with Abuelinda is her passion for the art of Mexican cuisine. She also gave us some very practical information about life on Mexico - ie what is the minimum wage and what a family living with this income can hope to purchase to keep themselves fed.

3  Thank Claudetteth
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lindarharley, Owner at Abuelinda's Cusine, responded to this reviewResponded 2 March 2018

Thank you so much for the wonderful review and pictures. We are so glad that you enjoyed the class!

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