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I don’t really watch a lot of cooking shows because I like to get all improvisational in the kitchen, but if you’re a fan of PBS’s Cooking Class then I’m sure you’ll be excited about tomorrow night’s Tequila Tasting event at Omnivore Books with the show’s host: Joanne Weir. For a measly 5 bucks Joanne will show you how to mix up a Mexico 75, which I just had to google and sounds delicious, and take you on a flight of artisanal tequilas. So you don’t drink too much on an empty stomach, she’ll also be cooking up another Mexican dish you don’t find on taqueria menus too often – her famous handpies.

No word on whether there’s a limit on how many people can attend, so I’d recommend showing up early. There are sure to be some Joanne Weir fans lining up early to get a book signed.

$5 Tequila Tasting Class
Thursday, July 29, 6-7pm
Omnivore Books on Food
3885a Cesar Chavez St. at Church [Noe Valley]
Omnivore Events Page

This one comes to us via our old buddy JohnnyFuncheap

Mexican 75 photo via CHOW

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