Pasión a fuego lento: erotismo en la cocina mexicana

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Grijalbo, Jan 24, 2006 - Cooking - 218 pages
Offers a fascinating interpretation of Mexican sexuality from the standpoint that sexuality has always been expressed in some form of culinary term and symbolically decorated kitchens, from the days of human sacrifice under the Aztecs as well as early colonial monastic/convent kitchens and later barroque exuberance.

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Contents

Prólogo
9
Sexo amor y cocina
17
México prehispánico
29
Copyright

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