This will be a cooking class with Cleyda Murillo, a Moravia “Community Mother” who specializes in cooking Sancocho and is a rallying supporter of many different positive social causes in her neighborhood. We are going to start with a walking tour guided by "Angela" Community leader from Moravia, to learn about the history, transformation and resilience of the neighborhood.
Local Guide - English speaking
Community Contribution: a portion of the price goes to reinvesting in needs identified in the territory we visit.
WHAT'S NOT INCLUDED
Tips for vendors
THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW
Difficulty Level - Easy
Special clothing required - Will get dirty
Cleyda Murillo was born in Moravia in 1972 at a time when Moravia was just beginning to be settled, as her parents were some of the very first founders of that area of Medellin. For background, Moravia was previously a landfill where many displaced Colombians escaping guerilla violence in the rural areas of Colombia immigrated to to establish roots as a quick solution and as result of their immediate poverty during this time. Cleyda is a single mother, though is well known in her neighborhood as the community mother given her time in Moravia and her phenomenal cooking. She runs a class cooking traditional Sancocho, a hearty and delicious Colombian soup that incorporates many vegetables, roots and chicken or other proteins. She also developed a delicious vegetarian option in an effort to inspire healthy eating amongst her community.
MINIMUM TO OPERATE
DEADLINE TO BOOK
24 hours prior to the start of the experience
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