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Pupusas with Slaw and Salsa

$30

with Lacey Squier

Calendar Aug 20, 2021 at 4 pm

Friday, August 20, 2021
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM 

Tuition: $20  Materials: $10

Participants are welcomed to eat pupusas with classmates at the Ely Folk School at 6:00, after the class officially ends. 

Pupusas are a filled masa griddle cake that originate in El Salvador. We'll make a bulk batch of vegetarian pupusas -- some to freeze for a rainy day, and some to eat with homemade salsa and slaw.

Participants will take home 8 uncooked and ready to freeze pupusas. All ingredients and supplies will be provided. 

This class will be held in person with limited seats available. Masks should be worn and social distancing observed. In addition to adhering to CDC and Minnesota State guidelines, the Ely Folk School is monitoring local public health.

About the Instructor: Lacey Squier loves cooking food of all kinds. She is an amateur cook who spends much of her free time learning how to recreate dishes from her favorite restaurant and travel experiences. It is liberating to realize you can have anything you want for dinner ... as long as you're willing to make it yourself!

When not experimenting with food at home (and making a huge mess of her kitchen), Lacey likes to take walks or go on a hike with her spouse, Eric, and their dog Wendell. Lacey works at Ely Family Dental and serves as Chair of the Ely Folk School Board.  

Pupusas with Slaw and Salsa: Live Online

$20

with Lacey Squier

Calendar Aug 20, 2021 at 4 pm

Friday, August 20, 2021
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM 

Tuition: $20 

Participants are welcomed to stay on Zoom and eat pupusas while in community with classmates at 6:00, after the class officially ends. 

Pupusas are a filled masa griddle cake that originate in El Salvador. We'll make a bulk batch of vegetarian pupusas -- some to freeze for a rainy day, and some to eat with homemade salsa and slaw.

Ingredient lists will be sent to registrants via email two weeks prior to class. 

About the Instructor: Lacey Squier loves cooking food of all kinds. She is an amateur cook who spends much of her free time learning how to recreate dishes from her favorite restaurant and travel experiences. It is liberating to realize you can have anything you want for dinner ... as long as you're willing to make it yourself!

When not experimenting with food at home (and making a huge mess of her kitchen), Lacey likes to take walks or go on a hike with her spouse, Eric, and their dog Wendell. Lacey works at Ely Family Dental and serves as Chair of the Ely Folk School Board.  





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