Love Mexican food? This three book collection defines Mexican home cooking, takes you out onto the streets and delivers high end Mexican cuisine all via Enrique Olvera - Mexico’s most celebrated chef.
This collection includes:
Mexico: The Cookbook: Mexico: The Cookbook is the definitive bible of Mexican home cooking and features more than 650 authentic recipes that can be easily recreated at home.
Tacopedia: Everything you need to know about the taco. Includes 100 authentic recipes adapted from the Mexican best-seller from fillings and tortillas to salsas and sauces. Includes a foreword by Rene Redzepi.
Mexico from the Inside Out: The debut book from Mexico's greatest chef, Enrique Olvera, pioneer of contemporary Mexican food and global gourmet influencer.
Olvera's restaurant Pujol was ranked best in Mexico and 16th best in the world at the World's 50 Best Restaurant Awards this year.
The book includes over 65 recipes, each beautifully photographed, from the sophisticated dishes served at Pujol to the more accessible casual dishes that Olvera enjoys with his family at home.
Mexico: The Cookbook:
"I have long been an admirer of Margarita Carrillo's work. In her new book, her warm and expert voice shines and proves to be a most delightful guide through the fascinating labyrinth of Mexican cuisine. Every cook, be it expert or beginner, will benefit and savor from this splendid Mexican cookbook with hundreds of tried and true recipes: a must for any Mexican food lover."
"It's got just about every scrap of information you might want on tacos. But while it's encyclopedic in that sense, it's certainly not dull... There's history, there are restaurant recommendations, and the book is stuffed with facts like an overfilled tortilla. But most of all there is fun. The book even features an illustrated guide on how to eat a taco."
Mexico from the Inside Out:
"Enrique Olvera [is] one of the most respected chefs not just in Mexico but also in the world... He achieved this by connecting with his country's food traditions: respecting the simplicity of street food while pushing culinary boundaries."
Mexico: The Cookbook: Margarita Carrillo Arronte has dedicated more than 25 years to researching, studying, teaching and cooking Mexican cuisine. From 1996 to 2006, she was the Mexican Ministry of Agriculture’s chef and organized Mexican food festivals and gala dinners across North America, Europe and Asia. In 2010, she led a campaign to get Mexican cuisine recognized as a UNESCO cultural property. In addition to teaching Mexican Cuisine at Cucul Cultura Culinaria A.C. and the National University of Mexico, Carillo Arronte is also the leader of the Slow Food movement in Baja and runs the restaurants, Don Emiliano (San Jose del Cabo) and Casa Mexico (Mexico City). She lives in Mexico City.
Tacopedia: Deborah Holtz is the Director of Trilce Ediciones publisher in Mexico.
Juan Carlos Mena teaches design at the Universidad Iberoamericana at Santa Fe Cuidad de Mexico.
Mexico from the Inside Out: Enrique Olvera graduated from the Culinary Institute of America in 1999. In 2000, at the age of 24, he opened Pujol in Mexico City. Enrique is constantly exploring Mexico’s ingredients and culinary history, and is inspired by his early memories of food. Food & Wine named him one of the "10 Next Chef Superstars" and Star Chefs' International Congress named him in the "Top 10 International Figures in World Gastronomy." Enrique also owns three outposts of Eno, a casual eatery in Mexico City; Maiz de Mar in Playa de Carmen; and Cosme in New York. He is the founder and force behind Mesamerica, the annual international food symposium. He also publishes Boomerang, a Spanish-language culinary magazine. Enrique lives in Mexico City and New York.
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