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Puerto Vallarta News NetworkEntertainment | Restaurants & Dining | September 2006 

Mexican Cooking Classes at El Arrayán
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El Arrayán, Vallarta's choice for traditional Mexican food, will once again be hosting a special cooking class on Tuesday, October 17th.
Puerto Vallarta - Everyone's favorite Mexican Restaurant in Vallarta (voted "Best Mexican" by a landslide two years in a row, in Virtual Vallarta's Reader's Choice Awards,) will be once again be sharing a few of their secrets during an upcoming cooking class.

On Tuesday, October 17th from 10 am-3:30 pm, a limited number of participants will join Carmen Porras and her team for breakfast, visiting local purveyors, hands-on cooking instruction and then enjoying what they've cooked.

The fee for this fabulous introduction to Mexican cooking techniques and ingredients is $850 Pesos per-person (tips included.) The fee also includes breakfast, class participation, take-home printed recipes, a chef's apron and a full meal (including one cocktail and Mexican wine.) Classes will be conducted in English.

Since opening in November of 2003, El Arrayán has won the hearts and taste buds of Banderas Bay. "The entire team at El Arrayán aims to prepare the best traditional Mexican cuisine in Puerto Vallarta," exclaims Carmen Porras, owner of El Arrayán.

"Along with the creations of Chef Juan Manuel Cruz, this young team's goal is to deliver the best quality food in the Bay. Guests have been asking for months for us to start a cooking class. We are really looking forward to sharing some of our insights into the world of traditional Mexican food with them."

Space is limited so call 222-7195 today. (Class will only take place with a minimum of five participants.) El Arrayán is located in El Centro on the corner of Allende and Miramar; just a short stroll from the Malecón. For more information visit the website at
Born in Seattle, WA, Patrick Harrison has been living in PV for more than 3 years. Drawing on his experience in entertainment, radio, retail and sports marketing in major US cities, Patrick opened his own business here in Vallarta, P. Gringo Marketing & PR, a successful Public Relations Firm that targets the English-speaking tourist and local communities. You can contact Patrick at

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