In Mexico City, you can still get drinks like this contemporary version of the Aztec cacahuatl. This recipe calls for semisweet chocolate; try a Mexican chocolate such as cinnamon-flavored Ibarra from Guadalajara if you can.
You can have your own recipe for chocolate created just for you at a chocolate mill. Your ratio of chocolate, almonds, cinnamon and vanilla, are all your choice. After grinding, the rich chocolate flows warm and creamy from the grinding mill, ready for you to take home.
Basque cooking enjoys a reputation for being one of the best cuisines in the world. Indulge in Basque charcuterie, farmstead sheep’s milk cheese, as well as the many outstanding wines of the region. Find out more about our 2019 trip.
The Savory Spoon offers the ultimate visit at Villa Bonita as an immersion in the way of life in a small Mexican village as well as an up close and personal experience with the culinary and cultural guidance and expertise of Janice and Anna.
Janice Thomas gladly tells students at the Savory Spoon Cooking School in Door County, Wisconsin, how to make her Bittersweet Chocolate Tart. But then she urges secrecy. No one who eats it needs to know how hard you didn’t work.