Private Coaching

Together, let’s incorporate the fresh produce of your region into your daily eating habits.

In these private unlearning sessions we’ll explore up to 12 ingredients -

or do a deep dive into just a few. Our goal is to get you comfortable preparing your local ingredients according to your  dietary needs, habits and preferences.

Zapote Negro

Our sessions will take place from your own kitchen over Zoom.  After our prep call, you’ll go on a tasty ‘treasure hunt’ using a shopping list - supplemented with visuals - that I’ll create based on a combination of what’s in season and our ultimate goal - getting you excited to experiment with new flavors!

You can expect:

Pre-call questionnaire

Reviewing your current food preferences and habits

2 x Zoom sessions

60-75 min each, exploring 4-6 ingredients each time

30-minute planning call

Your personalized plan

with simple uses of each ingredient and recipes

shopping list

Plus my ebook

Frutas y Verduras - A Fresh Food Lover’s Guide to Mexico

It was the proverbial first step in a journey of a thousand menus!

"The session was a great start to get us into local (Oaxacan) ingredients. It was the proverbial first step in a journey of a thousand menus! The day before we had visited a tianguis (street market) and came back with an assortment of somewhat-randomly chosen fruits, chiles, and vegetables. Marget went through them, telling us their uses and how best to select them next time around. The highlight was the stove-top part of the session, where Margret led us in making an impromptu dish from many of the ingredients. She had us roast onions, garlic, several different chiles, and a variety of the vegetables, and then blend them into a salsa verde -- and her suggestion to add pepitas made it perfect. This went over roasted nopales and miniature squash with a Oaxacan cheese topping, making a delicious lunch. The time was well-used but never rushed. Margret was an excellent guide: friendly, encouraging, and making us feel immediately at ease. We're looking forward to getting some cookware she recommended, making another trip to the market, and doing another session."

Dwight and Joya - Oaxaca City, Oaxaca