Chile Workshop

Rancho Days

March 24, 2018

10 a.m. - 1 p.m.

Workshop Description
Take a bite out of history! Join master food preservationist, historian, and chef Ernest Miller for the first in a series of three hands-on workshops that explore the history and flavor of chiles in regional cuisine. 

In this first workshop, investigate the tasty history of tamales in California. Participants will make and take home two types of tamales: green chile cheese with a chile verde sauce and pork with a California red chile sauce.

The workshop fee is $30 for adults and $25 for seniors (55+) and students. Children age 12 and older must be accompanied by a participating adult. Reservations are highly recommended.
Call 626.968.8492 or visit the museum’s website for more information.
Workshop Admission
Workshop Admission (Adult)
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Museum Location
The Homestead Museum
15415 East Don Julian, City of Industry, CA 91745, United States
About the Homestead
The Homestead Museum

The Homestead Museum provides a unique way to look at Southern California's history from the 1840s, when this land was still part of Mexico, through the 1920s, when Los Angeles came to be known worldwide as a major metropolitan city. This six-acre site features two historic homes and one of the oldest private cemeteries in Southern California. Through all of its programs, the museum strives to create advocates for history through the stories of greater Los Angeles. For more information about the museum, call (626) 968-8492 or visit us online at

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