Gabriela Cámara Teaches Mexican Cooking | Official Trailer | MasterClass

Gabriela Cámara Teaches Mexican Cooking | Official Trailer | MasterClass

The only rule
for eating a taco is that once you have it
ready, you don’t put it down. You just finish it. [LAUGHS] [MUSIC PLAYING] I grew up in a
family where food was the glue of everything, cooking, eating,
and sitting around a table brings people together in
a way that few things do. I never set out
to become a chef. I opened a restaurant, and it
was a farm-to-table restaurant in Mexico City when that
was not the general trend. It was so successful that
I turned it into my career. This class is for
everybody and anybody who’s interested in food. It’s important to know about
other cultures through food. I’m going to teach you how to
make a few delicious salsas. Oh, my goodness, it’s so good. Pescado ala talla, tuna
tostadas, aguachile, tamales, and I’m going to teach
you how to make tortillas. From age 7, I became the
resident tortilla maker in my house. It was the first thing
I learned to cook. It’s actually a
fairly easy process. There’s nothing like
a fresh-made tortilla. There really isn’t. We’re going to make tacos al
pastor, the dish of Mexico City. And it’s a street food. It’s a rub with chiles,
fresh vegetables, and spices. The aroma is really enticing. That is so good. It’s very typical
of Mexican culture to start the day off with eggs. We’re going to make huevos
rancheros divorciados, using a green sauce
and a red sauce. I’m going to put a
little bit of water. They’re going to roast
for half an hour. And meanwhile, we do nothing. [LAUGHS] I really urge you
to pay attention to every bit of what you
put into the dish, just in a way in which you
translate your enjoyment. Está delicioso. And I know it’s not always
easy, but the more one can connect with
people over a shared love of a delightful dish, the
better off your result will be. I am Gabriela Cámara, and
this is my MasterClass.

13 thoughts on “Gabriela Cámara Teaches Mexican Cooking | Official Trailer | MasterClass

  1. Primero Carlos Santana, ahora Gabriela Cámara. Me siento feliz de ser paisano de él y de ella. Es como recuperar un poco de una genialidad como Mexicanas y Mexicanos. Felciidades Gabriela, saludos desde la CDMX.

    First Carlos Santana, now Gabriela Cámara. I feel happiness to share the same origin that theirs. It is like to retrieve a little piece of a genial personality that we share as Mexicans. Congratulations Gabriela, greetings from México City.

  2. masterclass make the only ads you'll not only sit through in their entirety, but will later search for and watch repeatedly.

  3. Great move. They've done cooking Masterclasses so well out of the gate that if you're like me, you probably looked over this trailer's thumbnail and shrugged it off. "More cooking". Then you watched it and understood the move… you definitely want tacos now to eat while watching the rest of this.

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