Tortilla Making Workshop with Chef Natalie Goble
Learn the most basic and authentic aspect of Mexican cooking with Chef Natalie Goble of Handline Coastal California. Natalie will describe how she makes masa from nixtamalized corn, and how to use it to make fresh hand-pressed tortillas. Participants will get to press their own tortillas, and enjoy them at the end of class with a variety of fillings and toppings from Chef Natalie.
Workshop participants will receive a 10% off coupon for purchases in the SHED retail store the day of the event, perfect for picking up your own wooden tortilla press.
Natalie Goble, Handline Executive Chef and co-owner, began her restaurant career while in high school, and after graduating from UC Santa Cruz became the farmer for her family’s Two Belly Acres organic farm in Sebastopol. What began with Goble supplying fresh, organic ingredients to Peter Lowell’s restaurant—the nine year old West Sonoma County organic eatery that specializes in local, sustainably-produced ingredients—became one of the original farmer-restaurant relationships in the region. For five years she carefully cultivated the farm’s organic produce and supplied Peter Lowell’s with beautiful, fresh ingredients. Out of a strong interest in following the ingredients from the farm to the table, Goble began in the kitchen training alongside Peter Lowell’s former chef Jeremy Whitcomb—learning cooking techniques, and how to prepare the restaurants’ Italian-influenced salads, pastas and inventive vegetarian dishes. She eventually became executive chef for Peter Lowell’s restaurant, and opened Handline as executive chef and co-owner in fall 2016.
Oct 29, 2017
1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
25 North Street, Healdsburg, CA, United States