Well, if you were looking for the perfect vacation where you learn, eat, rest, laugh and get some sun before the Holidays, you have come to the right place! Hartwood Restaurant and Casa de las Olas have put together a food workshop for November 30 to December 5, 2012 focusing on sustainable cooking techniques with added sustainable living practices live in your accommodations on the beach in Tulum.
Sustainability you can EAT!
Cooking using a sustainable philosophy is more than just having solar power in your kitchen. Chef Eric has sustainable cooking down to a fine art with his farm to chef cuisine that feeds over 100 guests at Hartwood Restaurant in Tulum nightly. Hartwood pulls all four pillars of sustainability; environmental, human, economic and cultural, into their cooking and business. The restaurant is powered 100% by solar, all meals are made without the use of electrical appliances, cocktails are hand shaken and the line up for this unique cooking philosophy just gets longer and longer.
Sustainable Development as a choice
Lots of people talk about sustainability but how many really live sustainably. Who better to teach you about the secrets to sustainability than us, people who live the theory each and every day. Casa de las Olas is waiting for their Platinum level LEEDS certification that recognizes and celebrates the use of solar power, a passive cooling system, gray water use for indigenous plants, composting, and ongoing support of local tours, local guides and everything that makes Tulum, Tulum. Successfully, Casa de las Olas has been able to preserve the delicate eco-system that the beachfront property is privy to. Guests respect the simple luxury of the villa and the efforts staff put into the property to retain the Tulum beach as it has been for hundreds of years.
Learn from the people who live sustainably every day
James is the Director of Possibilities and he has crafted a sustainable property that makes most of us want to implement his sustainable living options and development ideas. He makes it look easy, and it is when you plan in advance and know your options. Chef Eric makes it look even easier when the magical meal of the day lands in front of you at Hartwood Restaurant. His planning and contacts makes his business a fun and manageable lifestyle that anyone can execute for 2 instead of 100 plus guests each day.
OH! Food Workshop details
Be our guest and join in the fun at this new sustainable living food Workshop in Tulum where each guest will have 5 nights of beachfront accommodations, 3 days of cooking classes, welcome reception, final dinner on the shores of the Caribbean that pairs Chef Eric’s food creations with Mexican wines, the jungle, cenotes and more. Download the OH! Food Workshop brochure and make your assessment for this Winter 2012 workshop. Spaces are limited so act fast so you don’t miss out.
Have questions, let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org. This will prove to be the event of the year in 2012 in Tulum, Mexico.