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Champurrado de Tito’s
You can find this recipe at El Restaurante. Mexican cuisine, champurrado atole, hot drink Recipe courtesy of Tito’s Handmade Vodka 2 oz. Tito’s Handmade Vodka 3 c. water 2 c. milk 3 oz. piloncillo, chopped 1⁄4 c. masa flour...
el Restaurante Magazine - EduClasses Newest Affiliate Referrer
After meeting at the Texas Restaurant Associate tradeshow, Ed Avis of El Restaurante Magazine and Tony Dean with EduClasses saw an opportunity to collaborate and offer the readers of El Restaurante Magazine EduClasses' food and alcohol safety...
Simplifying Access to Education: Exploring EduClasses' Effortless...
In the era of digital education, platforms like EduClasses® have revolutionized the way people access learning materials and courses. Among the myriad features that enhance user experience, EduClasses' bulk order system stands out as a...
Agave Hot Toddy
You can find this recipe at El Restaurante. Recipe and photo courtesy of Ivan Vasquez, Madre Oaxacan Restaurant & Mezcaleria Makes 1 cocktail 1 oz. mezcal 1 tea bag of your choice (the house favorite at Madre is chamomile peach) 1 bar spoon...
COMAL Espresso Martini
This recipe may be found at El Restaurante. Osvaldo Vasquez, Chileno Bay Resort & Residences, Los Cabos, Mexico 1¾ oz. vodka 1 oz. Nixta Liqueur 2 dashes Aztec Ruda Bitters 1 espresso coffee shot from Chiapas Mexico "CAFEOLOGO"...
UNDERAGE DRINKING AND ITS DANGERS
Resource: https://www.brownandcrouppen.com/underage-drinking-and-its-dangers/ Underage drinking is a serious social issue. Drinking before the legal age has been linked to many short- and long-term negative effects on physical, mental, social and...
Hibiscus Mezcaltini
This recipe may be found at El Restaurante. Recipe and photo courtesy of Grand Velas Riviera Nayarit 1.5 oz. mezcal 4 oz. hibiscus tea (recipe below) Dash lime juice ½ c. ice Guava candy, orange slices, dark chocolate for garnish The...
Café-rinha
This recipe can be found at El Restaurante. Recipe by Danielle Espindola, Berimbau Brazilian Kitchen, New York, New York 1½ oz. aged Cachaça ½ oz. coffee liqueur ½ oz. simple syrup 1 oz. freshly brewed espresso. Build...
Boudro’s Prickly Pear Margarita
This recipe can be found at El Restaurante. Recipe and photo courtesy of Boudro’s Makes: 2 to 3 cocktails ¾ c. tequila ½ c. triple sec ¼ c. simple syrup 1 c. of fresh lime juice ¼ c. prickly pear cactus juice 1...
Mango Tango
This recipe can be found at El Restaurante. Recipe and photo courtesy of Simplot Makes 4 servings 6 oz. mango cubes* Fresh basil, 3 – 4 leaves 3 oz. pineapple juice 1 oz. lime juice 1 oz. simple syrup Lime wedges, for garnish Add all...
Canchánchara with Prickly Pear
This recipe can be found at El Restaurante. Recipe and photo from Spice Kitchen: Healthy Latin and Caribbean Cuisine by Chef Ariel Fox Makes 1 cocktail 2 oz. white rum 1 oz. freshly squeezed lime juice ½ oz. fresh prickly pear, peeled and...
Finished Piloting Our CFPM Exams and Gave Away Our Final 4th $1,000 Gift...
YAY!! We have finished piloting our 4 CFPM exams! Over 400 volunteer Food Managers, Health Inspectors, and Culinary Professors participated from around the county to pilot our exams. Thanks to everyone's efforts we have finished the piloting...
Hibiscus Margarita
This recipe can be found at El Restaurante. Recipe courtesy of Eric Jefferson, General Manager, La Calenda Makes 1 cocktail 1½ oz. Siete Leguas reposado tequila ½ oz. lime juice 1½ oz. hibiscus tea agua fresca ½ oz...
Mango Tequila Cider Cocktail
This recipe can be found at El Restaurante. Recipe by Jaylynn Little; recipe and photo courtesy of National Mango Board Makes 1 cocktail Tajin, to rim the glass ¼ c. mango puree 2 oz. tequila 1 oz. simple syrup or agave Hard apple cider Ice...
Finishing Up the Pilot Exams and Given Away the 3rd $1,000 Gift Card
EduClasses® is in the process of obtaining ANAB accreditation for our Certified Food Protection Manager (CFPM) exam and are elated to announce we are in the final stretch! To receive accreditation, we were required to have a multitude of...
The Importance of Food Handler Cards and Handwashing in Texas
In the food service industry, ensuring the safety and well-being of customers is of utmost importance. This is why Texas DSHS requires food handlers to obtain a food handlers card, certifying that they have undergone proper training in food safety...
Seller Server Classes Launches OHIO ABLE Seller Server Alcohol Safety...
Ohio Online Course: https://ohio.sellerserverclasses.com/ Seller Server Classes, part of the EduClasses® family of online courseware, is pleased to announce the launch of the Ohio Alcohol Training course. Both On-Premise and Off-Premise...
California’s Mandatory Alcohol Server Training Deadline Draws Near
EduClasses Note: The Article below was provided by California's Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control. After you have signed up for your Server ID through the RBS Portal, please search EduClasses or dba Seller Server Classes. Alcoholic...
California Online Spanish RBS SellerServerClasses Launched!
EduClasses® is proud to announce the launch of the new Spanish version of the California Responsible Beverage Service (RBS) Seller Server Classes training course. EduClasses® is the first online California RBS Training Provider to offer an...
Seller Server Classes Launches California RBS Server Alcohol Safety...
Seller Server Classes, part of the EduClasses® family of online courseware, is pleased to announce the launch of the State of California Responsible Beverage Service (RBS) Training Program. This online training course have been approved by the...
The Right Glass for the Aperitif
An aperitif is usually served before a meal to stimulate the appetite. This before-dinner drink may be big on flavor but is typically small in volume and is designed to be sipped and savored, or in some cases taken as a shot. In either case, use...
The Campari Cocktail
A classic aperitif is the Campari cocktail. Simple. Elegant. Visually intriguing. And perfectly designed to stimulate your appetite. Officially classified as a “bitters,” Campari was invented in Italy in the middles of the 19th century by Gaspare...
The Aperitif
Texans like pretty much everything bigger, bolder, more… well, More! And that includes the flavor of our food. Whether its BBQ, chicken fried steak (we’ll leave the country fried steak to the rest of the country), or Tex-Mex fajitas, bring on the...
The Iconic Margarita
We would have called it the Perfect Margarita, but with so many recipes declaring themselves the winner, we’d be hard pressed to make a case that this recipe is the ‘Perfect’ one. Who knew that a cocktail with only three basic ingredients (tequila...
Tequila Drinking Songs
While numerous alcoholic beverages have inspired poets to wax lyrical, some of the most popular songs every written about booze involve Tequila. Here are a few of our favorites. We bet you can name a few we missed. Tequila Sunrise – The Eagles;...
Tequila Vs. The Worm
“Did you eat the worm?”It was, and remains, something of a right of passage for young people as they pass the legal drinking age: Take a shot of tequila, lick the salt, bite the lime, eat the worm. Eating the worm is supposed to enhance virility...
Texas Seller Server Classes
Did you know that in the state of Texas the person who actually serves, sells, or delivers an alcoholic beverage to a customer is legally responsible for that sale? While other people, such as the door hostess, bouncer, or bartender, can check IDs...
The Largest Alcoholic Spirit Category in the World
What is the largest category of alcoholic spirits in the world? If you guessed whisky, you would be wrong. Gin? Nope. Rum? Wrong again. Tequila? Not even close. In fact, the largest alcoholic spirit category in the world is not particularly...
For the sake of Sake
Sake (pronounced SAH-kay), also known as Japanese rice wine, is an alcoholic beverage that is kind of like wine, and kind of like beer, but is uniquely different from either.Unlike wine, which is typically produced by fermenting the natural sugar...
Perfect Drink for the Year of the Pig
Beginning on February 5, 2019, and ending on January 24, 2020, is the Year of the Pig in the Chinese tradition. While in the West it’s customary to ring in the New Year with champagne, the Year of the Pig offers the opportunity to check out some...