Patty, it was incredible to have you in our class but I have to make some clarifications so that your comment is better appreciated.
This is an experience to enjoy, relax, learn and enjoy. We have an internal agenda with times to make it more enjoyable and not look like a boring or monotonous class. We don't start late, we do an icebreaker so that all the members get to know each other where we give them tea, coffee, water, go to the restrooms and take a break for everything that comes, because we did a walking tour of the neighborhood which is important because we like to present our community and our history.
On the menu we made a mole, an extremely honorable traditional dish that you call soup, it is a main dish in Oaxaca, which I would like to emphasize. This is an experience that has taken us more than 5 years to perfect recipes, especially from traditional moles to vegan moles, with the closest and most realistic flavors to those that contain meat or animal broths. We want to make it clear that we explain traditional herbs, we use molcajetes and the best ingredients, in addition to sharing that our menu is deeper than "ingredients were cooked and served, not part of a dish, and we had a salad with fruits to taste them and a salsa and rice and tortillas., and a mole soup.. "your comment has a hint of annoyance, we also have to say that we answer all questions, and our description is clear.
We would love to see you again at etnofood, but we also invite you to enjoy, relax, we know how sensitive covid-19 has made us, so receive a big hug from our team and if you need anything, it will be a pleasure to assist you like the hundreds of people who have congratulated us, recommended us and created a memorable memory of their stay in Oaxaca.
Your friends, Etnofood.