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Abuelinda's Cusine

Ajijic, Mexico
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About Abuelinda's Cusine
Abuelinda's Cuisine shares Mexico's culinary culture one delicious meal at a time. Both the cooking school and culinary tours showcase the authentic traditional Mexican cuisine of Mexico's many cultures. Enjoy learning and working with traditional ingredients during the hands-on cooking classes. Abuelinda is fluent in English and Spanish and has over 20 years experience teaching Meso-American cuisine. All skill levels are welcome.
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The_Flying_Chef wrote a review Feb 2020
Baltimore, Maryland151 contributions128 helpful votes
Abuelinda has us make a nice jicama and citrus salad, but that was the only cooking we did. The main course was a chicken dish she had marinated before we came then cooked in a pressure cooker- not too interesting. With it came “red rice” which was just rice with tomato. Dessert wears an item she had bought from the market: traditional but no cooking. She knows a lot, but as a cooking’class’ this was very disappointing
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Date of experience: February 2020
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kmn1572 wrote a review Jan 2020
Portland, Oregon8 contributions10 helpful votes
Linda is adorable and so knowledgeable about the foods and culture of Ajijic and Mexico. We participated in this tour and cooking class yesterday and had a wonderful time. I learned so many interesting things that I never knew even though I visit Mexico several times a year. We met vendors in the market and tried delicious and exotic foods I never would have tried. She introduced us to delicious cheeses, more beans and seeds than I ever knew existed, yummy food booths that I never would have ventured to try. To top it off, we had a fantastic time preparing the food for our delicious meal in her welcoming cocina. It was a delightful way to spend the day! I highly recommend this. Gracias Linda. Hasta pronto! Kik
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Response from Linda H, Owner at Abuelinda's Cusine
Responded Feb 14, 2020
Thank you so much for the wonderful review. We are so pleased that you had a good time!
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Mistered7591 wrote a review Oct 2019
Concord, California43 contributions3 helpful votes
We walked with Linda on the Monday Market Tour. She was warm and so very informative! We stopped at several stands and she explained the uses and history of local fruits and vegetables. Many of the vendors knew her and gave us free samples. Linda talked about the history of the area and how to integrate into the expat society. She had a lot of useful advice for us as we are considering retirement in Mexico. The tour ended with a delicious lunch at a taco stand at the Market. We would recommend this tour to anyone who wants to get the “local flavor” for whatever reason.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Nancyjean711 wrote a review Sep 2019
Ajijic, Mexico9 contributions5 helpful votes
Being in Linda’s presence is like being in the presence of inspiration in a body. If you’re smart, you’ll just listen (and eat) to the wealth of knowledge and experiences she has to offer......as she is constantly teaching and sharing and there is so much to learn from her encyclopedia of inner knowledge. If you only do one class, it will put a memorable flavor into your Mexican experience.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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asenior wrote a review Aug 2019
382 contributions46 helpful votes
We had a marvelous learning experience on a day trip to the other side of Lake Chapala with Abuelinda and fellow travelers. From the time we got into the van until we returned we were interacting with our knowledgeable "leader" regarding too many topics to enumerate them all--but included Mexican food (of course), social customs, berry fields, employment, senior citizens, and more. The towns were hospitable and interesting, vistas were beautiful, and companions were sociable. So much to see and learn, more than we expected. A perfect day.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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