Participants in the OH! Food workshop got more than just a great dinner, great cocktails and a great kitchen when they spent the week with James Greenfield, the Director of Sustainable Possibilities and Eric Werner, Chef and creator of Hartwood Restaurant in Tulum. Participants had a view, relaxation, an insiders look at how cook with local foods using sustainable cooking techniques, while cruising around one of the greatest beach cities in the world, Tulum, Mexico. This was 5 days full of sustainable ideas, chilling, flavors and fire as the first group cruised through a wonderful time with two guys who believe deeply in sustainability, so much so that their businesses get deeper and deeper into sustainable practices that nurture not only the earth but hearts as well.
OH! Food workshop in Tulum, Mexico prepared people for the holidays
If you are looking for sustainable holiday recipes or just a new way of looking at how to cook, the OH! Foodworkshop fits the bill. Participants hung at Casa de las Olas for a taste of sustainable living and touring, while they spent time in the Hartwood Restaurant kitchen learning Eric’s secrets to sustainable cooking. Osbaldo, the sous chef joined in on the fun, while the Hartwood bartender served up local potions in his mixology lab to keep people hydrated. Hartwood is the home of the pineapple Habanero margarita so you can imagine the sweet/spicy mixes that keep people on their cooking toes.
Oh! Food Workshop 2013 dates released and ready for booking!
Save the date for the next OH! Food workshop in Tulum put on by Casa de las Olas and Hartwood Restaurant, two sustainable businesses in Mexico that want to share what they do and the joy of living a sustainable life!
Check out the line up for the OH! Food Workshop running May 25th to May 29th 2013 in Tulum, Mexico. Join the Director of Sustainable Possibilities for an overview of sustainable living, James Greenfield and the man all about sustainable cooking, Eric Werner and his staff at Hartwood Restaurant for 5 days of sustainability you can eat in Tulum, Mexico.
Not sure you know Tulum? Check out our Tulum guide that will have you vacationing like a local in this unique historical village just south of Cancun, Mexico.