Wednesday, March 9, 2011

Terra Cotta's Tortilla Soup Lives Again!

Posted By on Wed, Mar 9, 2011 at 9:30 AM

If you've been pining for a bowl of chef Donna Nordin's tortilla soup since Terra Cotta closed more than two years ago, here's your chance:

Good News for Terra Cotta Groupies!

Tucson, Ariz—-When Terra Cotta, one of Tucson’s most beloved restaurants closed two years ago, fans were sad to see the Garlic Custard, Jennifer’s Tortilla soup, Flourless Chocolate Cake, Shrimp Flautas and many other mouth watering signature dishes disappear from their lives. In a bit of great news for those fans, Donna Nordin, former Co-Owner & Executive Chef of Café Terra Cotta is pleased to announce series a of intimate cooking classes beginning this month.

Featuring the contemporary southwest and classic French cuisines that Chef Nordin is acclaimed for, each 2½ hour demonstration class (with limited hands-on participation) will include 3 to 4 recipes, as well as lunch with wine/beverages. Classes will begin at 10:30am (see schedule below) and are limited to 8 students. The price per person is $45.00, payable by cash or credit card.

For further information and to sign up for classes, email Donna Nordin at or call 520- 299-8100.

March/April schedule

March 23 and March 26

Supremes de Volaille Farci (Stuffed Chicke Breast)


Moka Classique (Sponge Cake with Coffee Buttercream)

April 6 and April 9

Tortilla Soup

Shrimp Stuffed with Goat Cheese

Arizona Princess Cake

April 13 and April 23

Souffle au Fromage

Tournedos Henri IV

Crepes Suzette


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