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Superb intro to Mexican cooking

Starting with a tour of their orchard and flowing to the history of the ingredients that will be... read more

Reviewed February 8, 2016
April G
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Southampton, New York
Don't miss this cooking and cultural experience

This is definitely worth the drive to this rustic cooking and cultural experience in San Bartolo... read more

Reviewed January 15, 2015
annamaria97223
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Aloha, Oregon
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Feb 8, 2016
“Superb intro to Mexican cooking”
Jan 15, 2015
“Don't miss this cooking and cultural experience”
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Reviewed February 8, 2016

Starting with a tour of their orchard and flowing to the history of the ingredients that will be used to make dinner, Denise and Renee provide a fantastic afternoon of food and information. Well organized, in a beautiful location, the drive from Todos Santos goes...More

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Reviewed January 15, 2015

This is definitely worth the drive to this rustic cooking and cultural experience in San Bartolo, Baja. It's a short drive from San Jose del Cabo, or just 90 minutes from La Paz, via a scenic drive over the mountains. Yes, the cooking lessons are...More

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Reviewed December 4, 2014

My husband and I and 5 of our friends and neighbors went to Buen Provecho Baja. We had a fantastic time laughing learning and cooking. We learned how to cook some amazing delicious mexican meals. Not only did we learn to cook them but we...More

Thank Melimoto
Reviewed December 26, 2013

I spent Christmas Eve at a cooking class at Buen Provecho with my husband and 4 friends plus the hosts Denise and Renee and their helper Jessie. Denise explained what we could be cooking and Renee gave us the cultural and historical backgrounds for the...More

Thank Dot M
Reviewed November 23, 2013

Chef Denise and cultural expert Renee have created the perfect package at Buen Provecho. Not only do you learn the significance of the ingredients you will be using and the food you are preparing, you also enjoy the fruits of your labour at the end...More

Thank puravidaamigodelapaz
Reviewed November 20, 2013

Great food, great company ,great learning experience all in one package! Renee and Denise present a well organized kitchen, and learning experience in a fun atmosphere. I am taking my whole family for a Christmas gift! Even the non cooks have a great time!

Thank Kayelene H
Reviewed August 5, 2013

We went to one of the first classes taught at Buen Provecho in La Paz. Chef Denise and cultural guide Renée are a delight. They are great teachers, focusing on food, culture and history of Mexican cuisine. We cooked one of the best fish dishes...More

Thank tcmpaths
Reviewed April 2, 2013

I recently had three gastronomically fabulous, five-star meals at Buen Provecho in La Paz and the best part was I helped prepare them all with the help and guidance of Chef Denise Elliott complimented by the delightful cultural and historical grounding on Mexican food provided...More

Thank rccsee
Reviewed March 23, 2013

It is a wonderful way to spend an evening, meet new friends and cook an incredible gourmet Mexican dinner. Chef Denise Elliott walked us through the evenings recipes explaining the ingredients and methods particular to Mexico and Renée Lagloire spoak about the history and social...More

Thank Mike C
Reviewed March 21, 2013

What an amazing bit of luck, to find one of the best cooking schools we've ever been to, in my favorite town of La Paz, MX. The instructors were patient, informative and wonderful coaches. The classes worked well for my husband, who is quite the...More

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Sonja A
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hello. The cooking class generally lasts about 4-5 hours. The school runs in the Fall and Winter. Not during the spring and summer. You can go to their website and the prices are listed. We thought it was very... More
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