Be part of Chronicle author Janelle Bitker for a video chat and demo with baker Raquel Goldman of Norte 54, in partnership with CUESA. Raquel will present you the best way to make a Mexican-inspired galette utilizing stone fruit from the farmers market and reply your baking questions. Reserve your spot today!
Norte 54 gives trendy Mexican baked items specializing in conventional pan dulce, utilizing seasonal produce and native natural elements. Born in Mexico, Raquel Goldman moved to Miami on the age of 5, however Mexico remained a formative a part of her childhood as she returned each summer time to go to her grandmother. After learning artwork in faculty and beginning a household within the States, she enrolled in San Francisco Cooking College, which led to an externship and later a job on the restaurant Nopa. In 2020, she began Norte 54 as a pastry field supply program, whereas popping up at farmers markets with a rotating menu of pan dulce, akin to cochas, novias, and extra.
Janelle Bitker explores the Bay Space’s tradition by means of meals. From eating places to traits to the individuals who make all of it occur, Janelle’s protection stays on high of the huge Bay Space culinary scene.