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  • After ten years of loving exploration, Rick Bayless, together with his wife, Deann, gave us Authentic Mexican, this now classic, easy-to-use compendium of our southern neighbor's cooking.
  • This all-embracing cookbook offers the full range of dishes, from poultry, meat, fish, rice, beans, and vegetables to eggs, snacks made of corn masa, tacos, turnovers, enchiladas and their relatives, tamales, and moles, ending with desserts, sweets, and beverages. There are irresistible finger foods such as Yucatecan marinated shrimp tacos and crispy cheese-filled masa turnovers; spicy corn chowder and chorizo sausage with melted cheese will start off a special dinner; you will find mole poblano, charcoal-grilled pork in red-chile adobo, and marinated fish steamed in banana leaves for those times when you want to celebrate; and exotic ice creams, caramel custards, and pies to top off any meal. There's even a section devoted to refreshing coolers, rich chocolate drinks, and a variety of tequila-laced cocktails.
  • The master recipes feature all the pointers you'll need for re-creating genuine Mexican textures and flavors in a North American kitchen. Menu suggestions and timing and advance-preparation tips make these dishes perfectly convenient for today's working families. And traditional and contemporary variations accompany each recipe, allowing the cook to substitute and be creative.

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Amazon Kindle, Google Play, B&N Nook, Apple Books and Kobo have the eBook edition of Authentic Mexican: Regional Cooking from the Heart of Mexico by Rick Bayless for $1.99


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Americans have at last discovered Mexico's passion for exciting food. We've fallen in love with the great Mexican combination of rich, earthy flavors and casual, festive dining. But we don't begin to imagine how sumptuous and varied the cooking of Mexico really is.

After ten years of loving exploration, Rick Bayless, together with his wife, Deann, gave us Authentic Mexican, this now classic, easy-to-use compendium of our southern neighbor's cooking.

This all-embracing cookbook offers the full range of dishes, from poultry, meat, fish, rice, beans, and vegetables to eggs, snacks made of corn masa, tacos, turnovers, enchiladas and their relatives, tamales, and moles, ending with desserts, sweets, and beverages. There are irresistible finger foods such as Yucatecan marinated shrimp tacos and crispy cheese-filled masa turnovers; spicy corn chowder and chorizo sausage with melted cheese will start off a special dinner; you will find mole poblano, charcoal-grilled pork in red-chile adobo, and marinated fish steamed in banana leaves for those times when you want to celebrate; and exotic ice creams, caramel custards, and pies to top off any meal. There's even a section devoted to refreshing coolers, rich chocolate drinks, and a variety of tequila-laced cocktails.

The master recipes feature all the pointers you'll need for re-creating genuine Mexican textures and flavors in a North American kitchen. Menu suggestions and timing and advance-preparation tips make these dishes perfectly convenient for today's working families. And traditional and contemporary variations accompany each recipe, allowing the cook to substitute and be creative.

Rick and Deann Bayless traveled more than thirty-five thousand miles investigating the six distinct regions of Mexico and learning to prepare what they found. From town to town, recipe by recipe, they personally introduce you to Mexico's cooks, their kitchens, their markets, and their feasts.

If, like the rest of us, you have a growing love for Mexican food, the reliable recipes in this book and the caring, personal presentation by Rick and Deann Bayless will provide meal after meal of pure pleasure for your family and friends.
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For my liking he is too insistent on "gourmet" techniques, but no doubt knows what he's talking about.

I tend to like YouTube better than cookbooks these days. Two favorite Mexican cooking channels are :
Jauja Cocina Mexicana : 6 Million Subscribers
De mi Rancho a Tu Cocina : 3.4 Million Subscribers


Thanks OP, I bought
The Mexican government inducted Rick Bayless into the Order of the Aztec Eagle, the highest distinction they give to foreigners. That's legit enough for me.

https://www.foodandwine.com/news/...ztec-eagle

Though TBH I prefer the cookbooks of Diana Kennedy, a fellow OotAE member. Kennedy's style is more traditional and rural, while Bayless is more modern and urban.
Not sure if you are joking, but he's definitely an expert of the cuisine. Although he is a white guy originally from Oklahoma, he has been studying and professionally cooking/teaching Mexican cuisine for about 50 years at this point, has a Michelin star Mexican restaurant plus has won several James Beard awards, and was asked to cook for the Mexican president when he came to the white house. Personally, I put him in the same tier as Diana Kennedy (who is British but is also an expert).

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I don't know if I would trust a Mexican recipes book from someone named like that. 🤔
I'd have published it as Ricardo Beliz
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I don't know if I would trust a Mexican recipes book from someone named like that. 🤔
He's a famous chef who specializes in Mexican cuisine.
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I'd have published it as Ricardo Beliz
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For my liking he is too insistent on "gourmet" techniques, but no doubt knows what he's talking about.

I tend to like YouTube better than cookbooks these days. Two favorite Mexican cooking channels are :
Jauja Cocina Mexicana : 6 Million Subscribers
De mi Rancho a Tu Cocina : 3.4 Million Subscribers


Thanks OP, I bought
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I don't know if I would trust a Mexican recipes book from someone named like that. ������
The Mexican government inducted Rick Bayless into the Order of the Aztec Eagle, the highest distinction they give to foreigners. That's legit enough for me.

https://www.foodandwine.com/news/...ztec-eagle

Though TBH I prefer the cookbooks of Diana Kennedy, a fellow OotAE member. Kennedy's style is more traditional and rural, while Bayless is more modern and urban.
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I don't know if I would trust a Mexican recipes book from someone named like that. 🤔
Not sure if you are joking, but he's definitely an expert of the cuisine. Although he is a white guy originally from Oklahoma, he has been studying and professionally cooking/teaching Mexican cuisine for about 50 years at this point, has a Michelin star Mexican restaurant plus has won several James Beard awards, and was asked to cook for the Mexican president when he came to the white house. Personally, I put him in the same tier as Diana Kennedy (who is British but is also an expert).
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The Mexican government inducted Rick Bayless into the Order of the Aztec Eagle, the highest distinction they give to foreigners. That's legit enough for me.

https://www.foodandwine.com/news/...ztec-eagle

Though TBH I prefer the cookbooks of Diana Kennedy, a fellow OotAE member. Kennedy's style is more traditional and rural, while Bayless is more modern and urban.
As a native Mexican, if you think his or anyone else's "distinction " was due to anything other than the money he got the government, you might be a little naive.

Also, thrusting the White House to pick a Mexican cuisine chef and using that as credentials? Lol
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As a native Mexican, if you think his or anyone else's "distinction " was due to anything other than the money he got the government, you might be a little naive.

Also, thrusting the White House to pick a Mexican cuisine chef and using that as credentials? Lol
There's a chef near me who cooked for Reagan's White House and the Saudi royal family. His food is awesome, even if dinner is about $100 per head.
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I don't know if I would trust a Mexican recipes book from someone named like that. 🤔
Because everyone in Mexico has a name that ends in -a, -o, or -ez?

You know Anthony Quinn? Or Kingo Nanaka, or Martin Sheen.
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As a native Mexican, if you think his or anyone else's "distinction " was due to anything other than the money he got the government, you might be a little naive.

Also, thrusting the White House to pick a Mexican cuisine chef and using that as credentials? Lol
OK. 5 chars lol
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Rick bayless is an amazing person and great cook. I used to love watching his shows on wttw when he's travel to Central America to really get to know the food, his restaurants are great and this book has recipes that are great whether you think it's authentic Mexican or not. Nothing will beat my moms Mexican cooking but bayless has amazing reciped
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