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Culinary Tour of Mexico Tonight and Food Week at UTSA

October 22, 2012
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You’re invited!  Tonight, Monday, Oct. 22nd, join UTSA LibrariesUTSA Rec Center and the Hispanic Student Association for our first 2012-2013 Culinary Tour of Mexico cooking demonstration from 5:30-6:30pm.  We will be preparing Enchiladas al estilo de Guadalajara from Los 30 Menus Del Mes (1918) by Alejandro Pardo – corn enchiladas filled with shredded pork and topped with creamy tomatillo salsa.

Cooking Demonstrations are open to all UTSA students, faculty and staff. No RSVP required … just show up hungry and ready to cook!




You’re invited! Food Day will be celebrated nationally on Wednesday, Oct. 24th.  Food Day has been organized to raise awareness of issues relating to obesity, supporting sustainable farming, and making real food available to everyone, as well as to push for healthy, affordable food produced in a sustainable, humane way.

Food-related events will be happening all week on campus and around town.  See a complete schedule at http://libguides.utsa.edu/foodday or read more about national Food Day Events at http://www.foodday.org

Food Week Events on Campus, October 24-28

  • Nutrition Tips in the Sombrilla  
    Date: 10/24/2011
    Time: 11:00-3:00 pm
    Place: UTSA’s Sombrilla
  • Lunch & a Movie at the Roadrunner Cafe
    Date: 10/25/2012
    Time: 11am-2pm
    Place: Roadrunner Cafe
    Movie: TBD – either Food, INC or Weight of the Nation
  • Demonstration Kitchen:   
    Culinary Tour of Mexico: Enchiladas al estilo de Guadalajara
    Date:10/22/2012
    Time: 5:30pm
    Pork Enchiladas, a recipe from a 1918 cookbook
    *This demonstration is part of a year-long series hosted by UTSA Rec Center; UTSA Libraries, and the Hispanic Student Association. See the complete schedule at on La Cocina Histórica.
  • Sustainable Food Week Pledge Contest
    Date: 10/22 through 10/26
    Time: All day/night
    Place: Facebook and TwitterHow will you go green this fall? Make a pledge to green your personal or eating habits on theHunger and Abundance or Aramark UTSA Facebook page or on Twitter by using the hash tag #RRPledge. We’ll give away daily prizes from our sponsors: Green Restaurant and Java City coffee!

 

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