Let's geek out about delicious, mexican heritage corn together!
Mexico's culinary traditions are rooted in corn. Manos de Maiz founder Joahna Hernandez (aka the Queen of Corn!) will take us on a journey from looking at corn as a commodity, to appreciating the impact of heritage corn on modern Mexican cuisine.
What to expect:
The evening will be one part mexican history, one part culinary class, and totally delcious! We'll discuss the cultural and historical significance of maiz, clarify the difference between commodity and heritage varieties, and taste the rich depth of flavor of this ancient grain.
- A variety of delicious, light bites featuring heritage corn
- Welcome beverage
- In-depth and intimate conversation with an expert (aka the Queen of Corn!)
Joahna is keen advocate of tradition and Mexican culture founded Manos de Maiz to be the go-to place in D.C. for delicious, made from scratch Mexican street foods. As a Mexican national, Joahna grew up eating freshly made tortillas, nothing makes her feel closer to her roots than the taste of fresh ground corn.
Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?
Yes! 21+ an up to attend.
District Space is proud to work with Wandering Epicures as a venue partner. Wandering Epicures curates unique and in-depth experiences with food-and-beverage experts. From courses on plating with top-tier pastry chef to learning all about Mexican heritage corn, to a behind the scenes look at DC's most innovative culinary incubators, Wandering Epicures brings together experts and passionate area foodies to create immersive and unforgettable experiences.