Taste of Mexico

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Stewart, Tabori and Chang, Sep 1, 1986 - Cooking - 303 pages
This is a lavishly illustrated cookbook that we just couldn't stop looking at! Cerviche, mole poblano, chocolate sombrero, tortilla soup, crepes filled with mushrooms & cilantro, artichoke salad with squash blossoms, tangerine mousse, filet with chipotle chile, jericalla, & stuffed chiles in walnut sauce are just a few of the incredible dishes! Additionally, you are treated to sections for ingredient sources, conversions, & the "basics."

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Patricia Quintana is a renowned international chef and an expert in Mexican gastronomy. She studied cooking in Canada, Switzerland and France. For over 20 years she has been dedicated to rescue the culinary heritage of the country and her research has taken her enabled her to travel throughout the different regions of Mexico. With her sensibility and experience, Patricia Quintana has created numerous avant-guard dishes, without losing the essence of Mexican traditions. Her culinary art has been featured and published in more than 15 books, among them: "The Taste of Mexico," "Feast of Life," "Fest n en el Mictl n," (Feasting in Mictl n"), "Puebla, Kitchen of the Angels," "A Journey Through the Kitchens of Mexico" and "Jade Powder," which is her first novel. Oceano has published her cook books; "Mexican Antojeria" and "Mulli; the Book of Moles." Patricia Quintana has collaborated on numerous television programs and has written many articles on cooking for newspapers and national and international magazines. She is considered a promoter of Mexican traditions.

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