Book - second hand The Practical Encyclopedia of Mexican Cooking

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A complete guide to the fiery and flavorful cuisine that has become a world favorite.

A comprehensive introductory section explores every aspect of Mexican cooking, including its historical and geographical infuences, and how it has gained international popularity. It has about 150 authentic recipes from every region of the country. From simple salsas and soups to combinations of exquisite and complex tastes, recipes include the ever-popular tacos, chimichangas and enchiladas. Concise step-by-step instructions with colorful photographic references make each recipe clear and easy-to-follow, ensuring perfect finished results.


Author Jane Milton has had a lifelong passion for food and cooking. With a degree in Home Economics and a Cordon Vert Diploma in Vegetarian Cookery, her skills cover all forms of cooking and food styles. In 1996 Jane set up her own company - Not Just Food. She has a particular interest in Caribbean and Mexican cuisine, and this book is the culmination of years of research and exploration into Mexico's cooking traditions.


256 pages - hard cover

Dimensions - 7 x 1 x 9 inches


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