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Bienvenida! Welcome to the Mexican Food Newsletter. This is a free, weekly newsletter which will alert you to the publication of a new article or recipe on my website.

Mexican food in the 21st century is a fascinating melting pot, resulting from the fusion of its native, pre-hispanic roots, which reach deep down into its ancient cultures and indigenous ingredients, with the foreign influences introduced first by the Spanish and then the successive waves of immigrants over the years. Today it is a bold, earthy, exciting and deeply satisfying cuisine, a cocina whose flavours are sparkling and energising - warm and fruity, sharp and zesty - rich and complex, with countless hidden layers.

In my articles, I will be looking at Mexican food and its history, exploring its authentic and regional specialities, investigating its traditional ingredients and cooking methods and techniques, and offering you a wealth of recipes to cover the huge spectrum represented by modern Mexican cuisine. I will be talking to you about the food prepared by market and street cooks, the food served during celebrations and holidays, the food eaten by the Aztecs and Mayas and the food eaten in Mexican homes and making Mexican food and cooking comprehensible and accessible to the non-Mexican cook. Some of the recipes will be quick and easy, others will be more suited to the weekend, when you are living in slow time and have the leisure to embark on a journey of discovery; they will all enable you to immerse yourself in the mystery and magic of real Mexican cuisine in your own kitchen. I will also be sharing my extensive Mexican cookery book collection with you by reviewing all my favourites, both old and new.

You can sign up to the Mexican Food Newsletter by inserting your e-mail address in either of the two newsletter sign-up boxes on the Mexican Food site there is one at the right side and one at the bottom of all the articles. Please double-check your e-mail address for accuracy to ensure that you receive it. If your email provider has a spam-checker, it may try to block the newsletter, so if that is the case, please add Mexicanfood@bellaonline.com to your safe list, or add us to your address book. When you sign up to receive my newsletter, you will first receive a confirmation email. This message simply confirms that you signed up to receive the Mexican Food Newsletter and does not require any action on your part. If you do not receive this message in 24 hours, please check your spam filters and try signing up again.

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Please rest assured that we will never spam you nor will your name ever be sold. Our BellaOnline databases are securely locked against outside intruders, and the names we take in for our mailing database are not used for any other purpose. The one and only thing you will ever receive by signing up for this Mexican Food Newsletter is the Mexican Food Newsletter. You can easily unsubscribe at any time if you choose to - the link to do so is provided at the bottom of every newsletter we send out.

I hope you will join me in this ongoing exploration of the incomparable food of my Mexican childhood.

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