The Practical Encyclopedia of Mexican Cooking

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Lorenz Books, 2000 - Cooking - 256 pages
This collection contains 150 traditional Mexican recipes, from spicy southern specialities such as Red Snapper Veracruz-style, to fiery fast foods such as Chilli stuffed Quesadillas. It also provides an introduction to the world of Mexican cooking, including its cultural and historical background.

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
8
INGREDIENTS 22
63
SOUPS AND SNACKS
93
MEAT DISHES
123
FISH AND SHELLFISH
151
76
177
DRINKS
231
Copyright

About the author (2000)

Author Jane Milton has had a lifelong passion for food and cooking. With a degree in Home Economics and a Cordon Vert Diploma in Vegetarian Cookery, her skills cover all forms of cooking and food styles. In 1996 Jane set up her own company - Not Just Food. She has a particular interest in Caribbean and Mexican cuisine, and this book is the culmination of years of research and exploration into Mexico's cooking traditions.

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