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Mexican Food magazines are Awesome

If you have a Mexican Market in your area and you have a reasonable command of Spanish - I cannot implore to you more to look for the Magazine rack.

There is a series put out by Editorial Mango called Irresitible Platillos and they are stunning.

I picked up three yesterday at 2.50 each.
--Sardina y Nopal
--Taquiza
-- Salsas y Molcajetes

Fascinating tradtional recipes and intriguing pairings.

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  1. Anyone interested in uniquely Mexican confections should check out Editorial Mango's "Irresistibles Gelatinas" for making Gelatin based masterpieces.

    Also, there are a couple of seasonal magazines that cite Vigilia or Cuaresma that specialize in Lenten dishes... which are good window Mexico's lighter fare.

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    1. re: Eat_Nopal

      EN have you ever heard of 'Don Porfirio' salsa?

        1. re: Eat_Nopal

          Its the reason I think I bought this magazine:
          --Pasillas
          _Pulque
          -Roasted garlic
          -Prunes
          - orange juice
          Tequila
          - olive oil
          queso anejo

          1. re: kare_raisu

            Nice... so its a bottled brand or a recipe?

            1. re: Eat_Nopal

              recipe!

              Others:
              - guajillo con mango y hoja santa
              -Picante con nuez
              -Jalapeno y guayaba
              -atlixco
              -Picante con ajonjoli

                1. re: Eat_Nopal

                  poblanos, tomatoes, onion, garlic, jalapenos, cumin, oregano, chicken broth, olive oil

    2. -Pascal de chile ancho
      - siete chile
      -chipotle con charales
      -chilaca

      1. Here are two amazing revistas I picked up at a supermercado chain in riverside county.

        1. My co-worker who is Mexican/Argentinian, brought back not only about half a dozen cooking magazines- she brought 2 full cookbooks when she visited family in Argentina last year. GORGEOUS color photos, and really interesting and delicious-sounding stuff. The baking cookbook was especially nice-looking.

            1. re: kare_raisu

              do any of the magazines have a website?