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Goûtez aux saveurs authentiques de la cuisine du Yucatan et rencontrez les habitants de Mérida tandis que vous effectuez des achats d'ingrédients frais au marché pour préparer plusieurs plats savoureux. Votre excursion culinaire d'une demi-journée comprend un cours de cuisine chez l'habitant en compagnie d'un guide professionnel. Vous en apprendrez plus sur les différentes traditions culinaires du Mexique, tout en profitant du déjeuner léger que vous aurez préparé ! Le nombre de participants est limité à 12 personnes pour garantir une expérience intime avec un petit groupe de personnes partageant la même passion pour la gastronomie que vous.
I enjoyed this tour so much. You will learn about Yucatán history, and have great conversation with your guide. Going to the market and buying all of the ingredients for the meal was great; it was so nice being in the hustle and bustle of Merida. The local host was so so sweet and I was able to be very hands on with the preparation of the food. We had so much food to eat and had such good conversation the whole day. You will cook authentic local food and you will love every minute of this class.
We were looking to continue our tradition of doing a cooking class together on vacation, and this was a great one! Cooking enables us to engage our teens ages 12, 14 and 15 in a different way, and bring back some skills and ideas for new meals at home. The food we prepared was delicious: panuchos, salbutes, sopa de lima, yucatecan chicken and papadzules. We all had fun preparing the dishes, talking with others on the tour and sampling the foods along the way. Our guide, Nelson, was charming and informative and we received good guidance from him and Gustavo. Traveling to and working in the home of Doña Rosaria was also interesting. She was a welcoming host.
The market is bustling and very fun to visit in the morning. Going in the heat of the day with this tour, however, was tougher. Our group was big, the market was very crowded and very hot about 100 degrees, with little breeze. Next time I'd ask to cut that part shorter and gone on to the food preparation sooner. Would do it again, for sure!
Lastly- our tour began at 1pm. Make sure you eat before you go, as dinner wasn't until 6:00pm.
Our guide was very amiable and spoke great English. The chef did not speak English, but this was not a problem since most of it was obvious by watching the chef. It was great fun and we all sat down afterwards and enjoyed a great meal. The only thing I would suggest to change would be to distribute the recipes either before, during or after the class. The guide said he would sent them but did not do so, so a week later I called the tour operator requesting them and they were sent right away. It would be better if I didn't have to track the recipes down, which was a hassle. We covered a lot of ground and learned a multitude of techniques and dishes.
A real cultural experience! If you are looking to learn more about Mayan and Mexican culture this is a must. Fun and educational. Our guide was full of energy and spoke great English. He took us for a tour of the Merida Market, stopping to buy food at his favorite stalls while educating us on local customs. Then we took a local bus to his grandmothers home and there we all pitched in and made a local meal. The cooking was fun and educational. Cooking and eating with his family was a treat. If you like a hands on, authentic, cultural experience this tour hits the spot.
Alejo was a great tour leader, full of information about the history of Medira, Yucatan, the neighborhoods we passed through, and of course the food we prepared. We could never have negotiated the market and known of the different foods - vegetables and fruits we'd never seen. We got to sample many of these over the course of the night. Berta's house was warm and welcoming, and she was very helpful. Perhaps His best skill was managing the six of us, keeping US busy with the many steps in putting together the many course meal. Overall, we were all pleased with this fun and informative tour.
We would highly recommend this activity! Gustavo was a fabulous guide, extremely knowledgeable about the market and Yucatan history and culture. He was a joy to have as a guide, very upbeat and positive. The bustling market was amazing - a not to miss experience. There were 4 of us on the tour which seemed just right. We were most appreciative and impressed with the family environment of the actual cooking class. The family of Gustavo Grandmother and Aunt were so warm and inviting. The actual cooking class was excellent. Gustavo made sure everyone had a chance to participate in the meal preparation and the meal itself was impressive and delicious! This was a very special experience. Many thanks to Gustavo and his family for making us all feel so welcome.
So glad my wife and I booked this class. Alejo, the tour guide, chef and teacher made our day and evening very enjoyable. Spent a couple of hours shopping in the market in Merida with Alejo telling us the stories behind the spices and the history of many of the fruits and vegetables purchased. Then traveled to the in home cooking class where 10 people, if I recall correctly, spent the next 3-4 hours drinking beer, cooking and enjoying each others company. Alejo was very patient and dedicated to his craft. Made a five course meal, got fat, and enjoyed every minute of it. I highly recommend this adventure! Would definitely do it again.
This food tour was a great value, just make sure you have your calendar open for the rest of the afternoon - we spent nearly 7-8 hours with the group, good thing we didn't have other plans that night! It was a great tour through the fruit and vegetable market, our guide gave us awesome insight to each ingredient and was able to answer all the questions we had. We took a bus to the host's kitchen, and she was the most welcoming and warm host, after cooking with the group, we all sat outside and had a wonderful feast. Got to meet wonderful people, left very full sticks to your rib type of cooking and would recommend it to anyone visiting Merida.
What a fantastic time we had on the market tour and cooking class with Alejo! He is extremely friendly and very knowledgable and he made everyone in the group feel welcomed and included. The traditional Yucatecan food we made was delicious and he sent us all the recipes. I highly recommend this tour.