177 Milk St
Boston, Suffolk County
Join San Francisco-based chef Gonzalo Guzmán for a night of cooking and conversation. Gonzalo will teach you about regional Mexican cuisine, his career, and his love affair with the corn tortilla, which he will make from scratch for us as well as some other masa-based recips from his kitchen.
Christopher's interview with Gonzalo for Milk Street Radio was one of his favorites in 2018 and we're delighted to host him for a live event at our cooking school. After the event, there will be a book signing and reception featuring wine, beer and snacks from Gonzalo’s stunning new book Nopalito: A Mexican Kitchen.
The event is followed by a book signing and reception featuring samples of recipes from Nopalito. Cookbooks will be available for sale with your ticket or onsite during the post-demonstration signing and reception.
Gonzalo Gonzalez Guzman is the chef /owner of Nopalito in San Francisco,California and author of “Nopalito ~ A Mexican Kitchen”. Nopalito is a vibrant neighborhood Mexican kitchen, celebrating the traditional cookery of Mexico and utilizing a philosophy of purchasing local, organic and sustainable ingredients.
Gonzalo was born in a small village in Veracruz, Mexico. He grew up working in the fields, cooking with his mother and helping support his family from a very young age. When Gonzalo was 14 he came to San Francisco to pursue a career in cooking. By the time Gonzalo was 22, he was a Head Line Cook at the award winning Boulevard Restaurant under Nancy Oakes. Three years later he helped open and manage Nopa alongside longtime friend and mentor Laurence Jossel. After working together off and on for nearly 10 years, Gonzalo and Laurence decided that it was time to open a restaurant where Gonzalo would not only be the chef, but a partner as well. In 2009, Gonzalo, opened Nopalito. Nopalito has been on the San Francisco
Chronicles’ Top 100 since it opened and was featured on the Food Network in 2013.
Aside from running two restaurants and a full-service catering program, Gonzalo regularly teaches cooking classes at the San Francisco Cooking School. He lives in San Francisco with his wife and two children.
What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
Boston Harbor Garage (known as the Aquarium Garage)
75 State Street
Aquarium stop on the Blue Line
State Street on Blue and Orange Line
Government Center on the Blue and Green Lines
Haymarket on the Orange and Green Lines, and multiple bus lines
4, 92, 93, 352, 354
The entrance to our school is directly across from 49 India Street.
Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Is my registration/ticket refundable or transferrable?
Yes. Tickets are refundable up to seven days before an event and transferable to another student at any time. Within seven days of the event, we do not offer refunds.
Is this a hands-on or demonstration event?
This is a demonstration event, followed by a book signing and light reception featuring recipes from Nopalito.
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