The cuisines of Mexico

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Harper & Row, 1972 - Cooking - 378 pages
4 Reviews
A classic! The world's foremost authority on Mexican cuisine provides a mouth-watering array of delicious recipes. "She's taken a piece of the culinary world and made herself its queen."--New York

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User Review  - Kirk - Goodreads

this is one of the few cookbooks I can say that I have read cover to cover. a pleasure and a thrill to discover the ins and outs of my husband's native cuisine. I especially recommend the eggs poached in a tomato & poblano broth. Read full review

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No gastro-porn here - just great food, instruction, and charm Read full review

Contents

The Mexican Kitchen
3
Flan Mold
9
Ingredients
12
Copyright

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About the author (1972)

Diana Kennedy has been awarded the order of the Aztec Eagle, the Mexican government's highest honor. Mrs. Kennedy lives in Michoacan, Mexico.

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