- $65 for one admission to a BYOB paella cooking class with Patricia Gonzalez Herrero
- When: dates available July 9—October 29 at 6:30 p.m.
- Where: private Alameda location; exact address will be shared after purchase
What You’ll Do
With a tradition that dates back well over a century, the Valencian rice dish paella is revered for its fragrant balance of saffron, olive oil, and fresh meats or veggies. Pick up your favorite bottle of wine and join lifelong Spanish cook Patricia Gonzalez Herrero for a from-scratch paella lesson. Depending on your taste, you’ll use seafood, meat, black squid ink, or vegetables, before sitting down to a hearty feast of your creations.
Lifelong Spanish Cook
Patricia Gonzalez Herrero began cooking Spanish dishes as a child alongside her mother and grandmother, and hasn’t stopped since
Make Authentic Paella
Learn how to balance spices and draw on the natural flavors of fresh ingredients
Bring along wine, beer, or milk to enjoy during your lesson
Patricia Gonzalez Herrero
Spanish Culinary Expert
Although Patricia Gonzalez Herrero worked in finance and banking for 12 years, when she moved to the States, she decided to pursue her true passion: Spanish food. It might have been a career change, but Patricia was no amateur, as she was practically raised in the kitchen alongside her mother and grandmother—not to mention, the pair of restaurants that her uncles run. Today, Patricia is passionate about catering parties, sharing her food with friends, and showing others how to boost their cooking skills.