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Reviews of who is publishing what on the exciting Mexican food scene.
Cookbook Review - A Yucatan Kitchen
Loretta Scott Miller left California and her job as a food editor to retire to the Yucatán Peninsula. Fascinated by the very distinctive, regional nature of the food and ingredients, she began researching its history and development across the millennia, both before and after the Spanish Conquest.
Cookbook Review - Frida's Fiestas
“La Casa Azul" was the home of Mexican painter, Frida Kahlo, and her husband, Diego Rivera. Diego's daughter, Guadalupe, once lived with them and Frida’s Fiestas is Guadalupe’s account of her life there – a time when she “learned to see the world through the way Frida and Diego lived”.
Cookbook Review - Mexican Food Made Simple
Thomasina Miers was the Masterchef champion in 2005, and her personal mission since then has been to educate the British public about the glories of Mexican food. Mexican Food Made Simple, her first Mexican cookery book, aims to make this cuisine more accessible and user-friendly.
Cookbook Review - Truly Mexican
Once in a blue moon, as I browse through the cookbook section of a bookshop, I strike gold. I pull a book from a shelf and when I start to leaf through it, I feel a thrill, a sense of excitement. Roberto Santibañez’ latest book, Truly Mexican, fits into this category with the greatest of ease.
Cookbook Review - Zarela's Veracruz Mexican Food Homepage | Editor's Picks Articles | Top Ten Articles | Mexican Food Site Map
Zarela Martínez, chef, restaurateur and food writer, is highly skilled at bringing to life the spirit and magic of her native land. She writes about Mexico itself and its people with love, passion and boundless enthusiasm – and herein, for me, lie the great appeal and power of her cookery books.
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