November Pop-UP Showcase:
Paola Solorzano & Adriana Pelayo Rubio of Santo Pecado Mexican Catering
Mexico might be famous for its tacos, but its tortas — generously filled sandwiches that come on soft buns (bolillos) — are an equally important and delicious part of Mexican culinary culture. And like so much of Mexican cuisine, there are many unique regional specialties to be found at the countless torterías across the country.
Join Paola & Adriana of Santo Pecado Mexican Catering this November as they take you on a Torta Tour of Mexico: four Thursdays, four different tortas and soups, each one representative of a particular part of Mexico.
First stop: Mexico City!
Torta de Milanesa — Thin, breaded (#GF) beef flank steak cutlets, with avocado, refritos (refried beans), mustard, tomato and onion on a fresh white bun.
Vegetarian option: breaded eggplant cutlet
Sopa Juliana — A mix of thinly sliced seasonal vegetables and pasta (#GF) in a tomato broth.
Drinks: Jarritos Mexican soda in assorted flavours
Dessert: Buttery Churros with a rompope (Mexican eggnog & rum) sauce.
Each month The Depanneur features a different a new chef from T.O.’s indie food scene in our Thursday-night Pop-Up Showcase.