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Juicy roast suckling pig paired with a sweet corn salad is an inspired combination from chefs Jimmy Bradley and Bill McDaniel, of New York City's The Red Cat.
Does Not Apply
Wrap up the meal with a traditional dessert—something with deep Mexican chocolate, crunchy fried churros, or a tropical sorbet.
Cinco de Mayo Fiesta
Six Essential Mexican Cookbooks
Wild Booze Chaser Nancy Davidson
The spicy history of a Mexican favorite—the sangrita.
Mexican Chocolate Ben Conniff
Traditional Mexican chocolate, with its intensely tannic, spicy flavor, is an essential ingredient for complex moles and sauces.
Cool salsas and creamy guacamole help make Mexican food a warm-weather staple, but the country's homey stews and flavorful braised meats are among our favorites when the days get cooler. These 24 recipes bring warmth and comfort to the table, along with rich spices and soulful flavor.
Gorditas, elote, potato tacos, and all of the recipes from "Mexico Feeds Me", an exploration of the cuisine of Zacatecas, Mexico.
5 Mexican Food Festivals Worth The Trip Marne Stetton
Five food festivals not to be missed in Mexico
Mexican Snack Foods Javier Cabral
The packaged snacks of Mexico are rooted in the spicy, sour, salty, and sweet flavors of the country's cuisine.
Mole: The Pride of Puebla Betsy Andrews
Mole sauce, a specialty in the Mexican city of Puebla, takes several days and a small army to prepare, and is a deep part of the area's history.
On The Backs of Crabs Carmen Boullosa
The crabs that migrate across the Mexican state of Tabasco, often getting crushed beneath cars, have provided author Carmen Boullosa with unforgettable sonic and culinary memories
A Guide to Mexican Grocery Stores in the United States Sarah Lawson, Sanaë Lemoine, and Eesha Sardesai
a guide to great Mexican grocery stores across the United States
Chi-Mex: Mexican Food in Chicago Rick Bayless
Chicago's Maxwell Street Market, long a bustling hub of immigrant commerce and culture, has reinvented itself as a vibrant Mexican mercado—and the food is better than ever.
No-Fault Mexican Deborah Madison
This cookbook may be rigorously authentic, but it forgives us our sins.