Have you ever thought, standing in line at your favorite taco truck at 2am, "Hey. I can probably make this"? If so, go home, you're drunk, nobody can replicate Taco Zone. But you can get close with the help of the Institute of Domestic Technology. This Sunday, the Institute is hosting a a one-day workshop that teaches the art of crafting the ultimate taco bar. Learn how to make guajillo and chile de àrbol salsas, corn tortillas, pickled carrots and homemade horchata with Joseph Shuldiner, author of Pure Vegan: 70 Recipes for Beautiful Meals and Clean Living. Your $195 ticket includes a taco bar lunch, beverages, ingredients and supplies, as well as the knowledge that you can stumble home from the bar and create your own Mexican feast from scratch. Not that you probably would, but you know, it's the thought that counts.