EVERGREEN COOKING SCHOOL ARRANGES SEVERAL CULINARY TOURS THROUGHTOUT THE YEAR.
HERE’S A RECAP FROM OUR RECENT ADVENTURES!

SANTA FE, NEW MEXICO – FALL 2018

We embarked on our first culinary tour through the Land of Enchantment, Santa Fe, New Mexico! The tour included many culinary  stops, such as a chocolate tasting at Todos Santos (All Saints), home of inventive chocolate Milagro-shaped and Day of the Dead-inspired confections. They were meticulously decorated in bright pastels that were almost too beautiful to eat! The next day was a full day of travel and tastings,  highlighted with a visit to a Lavender Farm located in the beautiful Chama River Valley of Abiquiu, New Mexico.

We enjoyed a tour and lunch that was truly farm-to-table sitting next to the apple trees. Travelers learned how to use lavender in cooking and enjoyed it in their lunch as well. The group returned to Santa Fe to meet at the Santa Fe School of Cooking for a Georgia O’Keeffe inspired hands-on cooking class, making South Western specialties, followed by dinner of what participants just prepared. The next day the group took in a tour of the Farmer’s Market, the Georgia O’Keefe Museum all capped off with a farewell dinner at Sazon!

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NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA – FEBRUARY 2019

The Crescent City is one where locals and visitors never forget to eat! This lively port city, sitting on the banks of the Mississippi, lives and breathes food! Its rich history and many influences created a diverse range of culinary offerings. The French Quarter’s landmark restaurants, with their storied pasts and the other legendary eateries have contributed to the legacy and the building of a contemporary Creole movement.  Upon arrival, we toured the historic French Quarter on horse-drawn carriages before dinner. We dined at Tujague’s Restaurant, which is New Orleans’ second oldest dining institution, the birthplace of brunch and the Grasshopper Cocktail, as well as home to the oldest “stand-up bar”! We toured the WWII Museum, and the Southern Food and Beverage Museum capped off with lunch at SOFAB. We indulged in hand made Pralines at Southern Candymakers, and participated in a Cocktail Tour through the French Quarter! Chef Mark conducted a cooking class, featuring traditional Creole style dishes at the New Orleans School of Cooking. No trip to New Orleans is complete until you have breakfast at the Café Du Monde, and after our beignets we strolled over to the Riverboat for a two hour River Cruise, listening to authentic Dixieland Jazz!

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UPCOMING TOURS

Santa Fe, New Mexico!

Evergreen Cooking School arranges several Culinary Tours throughout the year.

Last Fall we embarked on our first culinary tour through the Land of Enchantment, Santa Fe, New Mexico! The tour included culinary many stops such as a chocolate tasting at Todos Santos (All Saints), home of inventive chocolate Milagro-shaped and Day of the Dead-inspired confections wrapped in bright pastels that were almost too beautiful to eat! The next day was a full day of travel and tastings, a visit to a Lavender Farm located in the beautiful Chama River Valley of Abiquiu, New Mexico.

Enjoyed a tour and lunch that was truly farm-to-table sitting next to the apple trees. Travelers learned how they use lavender in cooking and enjoyed it in their lunch as well. The group returned to Santa Fe to meet at the Santa Fe School of Cooking for a Georgia O’Keeffe inspired hands-on cooking class making South Western specialties, followed by dinner of what participants just prepared. The next day the group took in a tour of the Farmer’s Market, the Georgia O’Keefe Museum all capped off with a farewell dinner at Sazon!

UPCOMING TOURS