November at Flora Farms

In Dine, Los Cabos, Play by Suzanne Koch

Doughnut Bar: Starting November 12, the doughnut bar is returning to the farm featuring all the famous classics plus some new ones including plain vanilla with homemade sprinkles, glazed donuts, chocolate cake donuts filled with mango and some other wild flavors. Not to mention, gluten-free donuts too! Donut flavors will change a bit each week depending on ingredients. Indulge for Sunday brunch from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at Flora’s Field Kitchen with the Pelo de Perro Bar, live music and more.

Seasonal Pies: With the holidays just around the corner, don’t miss out on your Flora Farms pie! Flavors include apple double-crust, pumpkin, brown butter pecan, chocolate silk, sweet potato with caramelized marshmallow meringue and coconut cream. Order 48 hours in advance and pick up at the farm’s grocery. Last day to order for Thanksgiving is Tuesday, November 21 by noon. $25-40.

Cooking Classes: Join the farm for roasted vegetable taco with seasonal salsas on Tuesday and on Fridays, learn all about regional salsas. Plus, learn to make tortillas the old fashioned way (nixtamal). 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. All cooking classes include a farm tour, a crafted cocktail and lunch. $100 per person. Reservations: azalia@flora-farms. Tamale cooking classes coming soon!

Painting Lessons: Enjoy a morning at the Mango Grove painting under the guidance of local artist Francois Paris, owner of O Gallery. Classes take place every Thursday from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and include all materials needed for the class, lunch and wine. Reservations:

Songwriter Session No. 6: On Wednesday, November 29 from 7:30 to 10 p.m., the Mango Grove will host local musicians and special guests. Tickets are $25 and include a glass of wine or a beer. Pizzas from the restaurant will be available for purchase. Reservations:

  • Carlitos Manzo: Jazz, guitarist and traditional Mexican singer songwriter
  • Daniel D’Lizanka: award-winning Mexican songwriter
  • David Cantoni: Jazz saxophonist and songwriter

Donkeys at the Farm: The farm has teamed up with six local artists and six local charities. Each artist has painted a unique and individual donkey for auction. All profits from each donkey will benefit the local charity. More Info:

  • Jane Lillico, El Ranchito Animal Shelter
  • Jaznum Fragoso Bishop, Baja SAFE
  • Tanya Talamante, Red Autismo
  • Francois Paris, L’Ecole, El Ganzo Community Center
  • Misty Martin, Casa Hogar “Una Luz en Mi Vida”
  • Ximena Sophia, Las Animas Elementary School

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