On May 24th at 6pm María Romero of Casa Latina will demonstrate Pupusas, originally from El Salvador, María has been a resident of Hudson for the last 20 years. She started cooking and making pupusas (thick corn tortillas that can be stuffed with various fillings, including various meats, refried beans, cheese, and even squash flowers) from a little street stand in town. Five years ago, she opened Casa Latina, which has become one of Hudson’s most loved places to eat. Learn more about Casa Latina at https://www.casalatinahudson.com/
This program will happen in person, in the Hudson Area Library Community Room. No registration is required. All are welcome. Cooking Up Community is part of New York Folklore’s ongoing project “What’s Cooking Capital District?” The project highlights food and foodways traditions found in the greater Capital Region of New York and is supported by HumanitiesNY and Berkshire Taconic Foundation.