Complete Book of Mexican Cooking

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Random House Publishing Group, 1985 - Cooking - 297 pages
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"Beginning with the Corn Kitchen, the author takes up tortillas and follows through to tacos, tostadas and fillings for quesadillas. There's Green Chicken with Almonds, Red Stew with Mountain Chiles...Plus all of the classic desserts from Bunuelos (fritters) to Flan (caramel pudding). One chapter is devoted to Bebidas (drinks) including the Mexican grasshopper, Margarita and naturally, chocolate."

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About the author (1985)

Elisabeth Lambert Ortiz is the author of The Complete Book of Caribbean Cooking, The Complete Book of Japanese Cooking, and The Book of Latin American Cooking. She traveled extensively in the American South, Central America, the Caribbean, and the Far East and studied the foods and dishes unique to each area. As a journalist, she worked in Australia, England, Mexico, and the United States and wrote for Gourmet and House & Garden about travel and food. Ortiz died in 2003.

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