Friday, June 18 | 6:30 – 8:30 p.m.
Join us for a hands-on date night culinary experience inspired by UTSA Libraries’ renowned Mexican Cookbook Collection. Learn to make three recipes from the collection – ceviche Acapulco style, Veracruz-style fish, and fresh shrimp tacos, and learn the history behind these dishes from Special Collections librarians. Sign up quick before this class sells out! Ages 21+. Contact [email protected] with questions.
Fee: $110 per couple ($99 per member couple). Registration deadline is Wednesday, June 16 at 6:30 p.m.
Instructors: Chef Katrina Flores, Culinary & Wellness Programs Specialist; Steph Noell, UTSA’s Special Collections Librarian; Amy Rushing, Assistant Dean for UTSA’s Special Collections
About the UTSA Special Collections Speakers
Steph Noell is the Special Collections Librarian for UTSA’s Special Collections, where they manage the department’s instruction program and rare books collections. Steph loves working with students, faculty, and the San Antonio community, especially when they get to promote Southwestern regional culinary traditions.
Amy Rushing is the Assistant Dean for UTSA’s Special Collections, where she leads a team of ten archivists and librarians in preserving and providing access to UTSA’s archives and rare books. Special Collections’ strengths include the Mexican Cookbook Collection and archives documenting the diverse histories and development of San Antonio and South Texas.