My Mexico by Diana Kennedy

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A personal look at the culinary traditions of Mexico from the best-selling author of Art of Mexican Cooking introduces more than three hundred delectable and authentic recipes, accompanied by commentary on each dish and the culture that spawned th
Title: My Mexico
Author: Kennedy, Diana
Publisher: Random House Inc
Publication Date: 1998/11/01
Number of Pages: 550
Binding Type: HARDCOVER
Library of Congress: 98009181

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\Diana Southwood Kennedy went to Mexico in 1957 to marry Paul P. Kennedy, the foreign correspondent for the New York Times. In 1969, at Craig Claiborne's suggestion, she began teaching Mexican cooking classes. She published her first cookbook in 1972 and has been decorated with the Order of the Aztec Eagle, the highest of its kind bestowed on foreigners by the Mexican government. She lives much of the year in her ecological adobe house in Michoacán, Mexico, which also serves as a research center for Mexican cuisine, and keeps a residence in Austin, Texas.
Published September 30, 2011 by Random House Inc.
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While there are condiments like Salsa Verde, Guacamole of Jerez and Jalapeno Chile Relish that even inexperienced cooks can easily render, the recipes, most of which are laborious and involve hard-to-find ingredients, speak largely to well-traveled culinary aficionados or Mexican expats eager to ...

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After traipsing around Mexico for more than 40 years and producing some of the best cookbooks on the foods of that nation, Diana Kennedy has finally taken time to record her "deeper and more personal" culinary experiences.

Jan 19 1999 | Read Full Review of My Mexico


No one loves Mexican food more than Diana Kennedy, but in her sixth book on the subject, the British-born author reveals a love-hate relationship with the country itself.

Nov 30 1998 | Read Full Review of My Mexico

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