Muñeca Mexicana Pop Up Coming to JAM November 3

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It's been a few months since Minerva Orduño Rincón branched out from her role as a line cook at FnB to create her own brand of handcrafted Mexican food products, Muñeca Mexicana.

Now she's ready to host her first pop-up, a limited-seating one-night-only event at the Scottsdale artisan venue, JAM. And from the looks of the menu, this one's going to be good.

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The five-course meal includes a mix of familiar and traditional Mexican ingredients - think bay scallop ceviche, chimichurri, elote blanco, mole poblano, prickly pear, plantain ice cream and more. The meal will also begin with a cocktail involving tepache, a homemade fermented pineapple drink that originates from the state of Jalisco.

To reserve a seat for the event, which will take place from 7-9 p.m. on November 3 at JAM on Old Town Scottsdale, call 480-332-1885 or email minerva@munecamexicana. Tickets $85 person.

For more information -- including the menu, which has changed since we got our hands on it -- visit the Muñeca Mexicana Facebook or website.

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