- Jun 30 2021
Open Air Quesillo-Making for Kids and Families
Please make sure to go over our Covid Protocol and to only reserve an experience if you´re in complete agreement with the terms.
Quesillo making for kids and families! Immerse your kids in Oaxacan culture, Spanish, and delicious string cheese!
For this experience, we are journeying out to Etla to see our favorite vendors from the Pochote Organic Market, Andrea and Noé. On their family´s property nestled into the valley of Etla, they utilize their neighbor´s cow milk to make their own quesillo, queso fresco, and requesón.
Apart from that, Andrea is a shining star in the kitchen, and makes such an array of delectable things that you’ll inevitably leave their home stuffed to to the brim. If you’d like a taste, stop by and see them at the Pochote organic market (now located in a great new outdoor space in Colonia Reforma) any weekend. Don´t forget to tell them we sent you!
Hands-on instruction on how to make quesillo.
A taste to take home.
Round trip transportation leaving from/returning to Tlayudona: M. Bravo Street #210 C in the center of Oaxaca, following our Covid Protocol.
Logistics and Cost
Time Involvement – 3.5- 4 Hours
Transportation – Provided from/to Tlayudona at M. Bravo 210 C (Inside the Plaza San Cristóbal)
Costs and Minimums – 1,500 MXN per person if you are signing up two people. 1,200 MXN if you are signing up 3 or more people. Parents are optional for children 7 or older.
There is a minimum of 2 people for this experience. If you are a single person who would like to sign up for this experience, you can cover the minimum cost of 2 people or write to us to see when we have this experience on the calendar with that minimum requirement already met.
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