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Mexican Cooking Bloggers

kare_raisu Sep 16, 2006 02:41 PM

I was wondering if anyone knew of any blogs out there focusing on Mexican Cooking? TIA

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    Nancy Berry RE: kare_raisu Sep 16, 2006 07:48 PM






    1. pitu RE: kare_raisu Sep 17, 2006 11:10 AM

      not *exactly* a blog, but someone in homecooking recently pointed us to a message board where people are working out various recipes -- the hive focus on carnitas or corn or rajas . . . FABULOUS


      Translated Grandmothers and Rancho Gordo are fun too



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        DiningDiva RE: pitu Sep 17, 2006 03:08 PM

        I'm the one that posted both the link to the Mouthfuls Food cooking projects and the Grandmother's link.

        The last 6 entries on my own blog - http://thediningdiva.typepad.com/the_... - are about Mexican cooking. (I have a graduate degree in Latin-American Studies, travel frequently in Mexico and have specific interests in folk art and Mexican cuisine


        Kare-Raisu, how much Spanish do you know? I've got a couple more websites but they are in Spanish.

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          kare_raisu RE: DiningDiva Sep 17, 2006 10:19 PM

          I've actually been reading all your posts with extreme interest DiningDiva --as you had posted them. This, thanks to the link i noticed on Kirk's site. I must compliment you on your writing, you truly have a gift. I must also say you have crystallized my intent to take a trip there in the near future. Thank you for taking the time the record your experience -- it is a trully invaluable window into Mexico -- a country whose culture has become an obseession of mine.

          My Spanish is pretty limited --only restaurant lingo from working with a cook from Oaxaca who became a friend.

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            DiningDiva RE: kare_raisu Sep 18, 2006 03:46 PM

            Thank you, that's very kind of you.

            Do go to Mexico, it's not what most Americans think it is, especially if you get away from the border towns and/or beach resorts, although the Pacific coast resorts don't seem to be quite as hectic and overblown as those on the Yucatan. Perhaps an older crowd, I don't know.

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        sandydi RE: kare_raisu May 24, 2011 09:07 AM

        Mexico in my kitchen is a good source.


        and Pati's table, too.

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