Hecho con Amor: For the Love of Chocolate
Ages 18 ONLY.
Vaccination Cards Required Upon Entrance.
The Aztecs and Mayans understood the power of chocolate and used cacao beans as a form of currency or as an offering to the gods.
In this class, participants will make chocolate treats as offerings to their loved ones, friends, or family members. We will learn the difference between couverture chocolate and coating chocolate. You’ll get the chance to create delicious bites, and pack them in red gift boxes, just in time for Valentine’s Day.
Instructor: Pastry Chef Norma Salazar
PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING GUIDELINES BEFORE ATTENDING OR REGISTERING FOR THIS EVENT!
Dress Code Policy
For the safety of all attendees, LA Plaza Cocina asks that all attendees abide by the following guidelines of our Dress Code Policy to make our space safe for you, our staff members, and guest chefs:
- Please wear comfortable clothes with closed-toe shoes
- Please pull long hair back with a hairband
- Attendees MUST wear a mask throughout the duration of the program except for eating and/or drinking
If you have any questions, please review the Frequently Asked Questions Section of our website below the Culinary Programs Calendar, or by calling (323) 397-8365, or emailing us at email@example.com.
COVID-19 Vaccination Policy
Attendees of LA Plaza Cocina’s food programs MUST provide proof of vaccination to attend both the cooking classes and demonstrations. In addition, all attendees MUST wear a mask throughout the duration of the program except for eating and/or drinking.
For attendees who are NOT vaccinated, you MUST provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test taken 72 hours (3 days) before attending this event.