San Antonio restauranteur Blanca Aldaco to host free cooking segment from home kitchen


Blanca Aldaco whips up authentic Mexican fare at a charity evening in 2018. - INSTAGRAM / DYACAMPOS
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  • Blanca Aldaco whips up authentic Mexican fare at a charity evening in 2018.
Those who love Aldaco's iconic enchiladas verdes may want to clear their evening for an at-home cooking lesson hosted by Blanca Aldaco herself via Zoom on Monday, September 14.

Aldaco has partnered with Renée Yanta, now running to represent Place 1 on the Texas Fourth District Court of Appeals, to share coveted Aldaco's enchilada-making secrets, while mixing in information about the Chief Justice position and Yanta’s quest to return to the bench.

Yanta was a judge of the Texas 150th District Court from 2014 to 2018.

The free home cooking event will take place Monday, September 14 from 5:30-6:30 via Zoom and Facebook Live. Those interested in viewing can register via Eventbrite.

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