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January 15, 2014

I really enjoyed taking part in this fascinating discussion led by guest-host Jennifer Goldbeck, from the University of Maryland, on the preserving culinary culture and the merits of the United Nations’ cultural arm UNESCO’s commitment to culinary traditions. Other guests included Frank Proschan, from UNESCO, and Matt Goulding, chief editor and publisher of Roads & Kingdoms.

To listen, click here.


January 10, 2014

You know how much I love being a guest on ABC’s The Chew, and this time they invited me to stay for the whole show as a guest host! In case you missed it, here are the segments…

Of course, I made something, too! Here I make one of my favorite healthy dishes, a Mexican inspired Frittata, with help from Daphne Oz and Carla Hall.

And then we finish up the Frittata and serve it with a crunchy Radish and Arugula Salad.

Mario Batali and Clinton Kelly shared some healthy recipes; watch them make their low-cal party appetizers in the next two clips…

And we get to try their appetizers…

Michael Symon shows us how to have a winter garden inside…

Finally, on The Chew’s online “Last Bites” segment, we talk about the Chew Crew’s hosts favorite destinations in Mexico…

For the Mexican Frittata recipe, click here.
For the Arugula Salad recipe, click here.


November 23, 2013

Listen in as I talk with Lynne Rossetto Kasper about my Mexican Thanksgiving turkey, as part of The Splendid Table‘s special “Swanksgiving” episode…

For the recipe, click here.


November 21, 2013

“There’s a little turkey at Eight Mile Creek Farm in upstate New York who will soon sacrifice her life for our Thanksgiving meal. We’ve named her Patita, after our good friend Pati Jinich, a brilliant and effervescent Mexican cook, television show host, and cookbook author. It’s Pati’s recipe for Mexican Turkey that we will use to honor the life of the bird who will grace our table as we give deep thanks for everything we have and everything we’re able to share with our friends this year.

This recipe leaves the turkey with wonderful depth, without being overly complicated. By roasting the bird on top of a layer of onions and tomatoes, the meat takes on a ton of flavor, and what remains transforms into a rich, Mexican-influenced gravy…”

To read the entire article, click here.


October 25, 2013

All Things Considered host Melissa Block visited me to make pan de muerto and pumpkin mole for Day of the Dead.

Listen in and get the recipes, click here.


October 4, 2013

I made Tortilla Soup on The Chew with Michael Symon and Daphne Oz. Missed it? Watch right here…

And we finish with the traditional toppings. Watch…

Want to make some, too? Get the recipe here.


October 1, 2013

Fox 5 Morning News came into my kitchen this morning, and I cooked up a Mexican feast with anchor Holly Morris to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month! Over three segments, we made a big pot of black beans, which we turned into Charro Beans, and finally topped off our feast with Molletes and Pico de Gallo.

If you missed us, or are not in the DC area, watch all three segments and get the recipes here.


September 20, 2013

I visited the ladies at The Talk to share an Emmy Awards party menu (or any party menu). It’s full of fun, tasty and colorful finger foods! Watch as Sheryl Underwood takes a bite out of a habanero chile…I was in total disbelief!

For the recipes, click here.


September 13, 2013

I had a lovely morning at the Mexican Cultural Institute with Rebecca Sheir, from WAMU, and Missy Frederick, from Eater DC, talking about traditional Mexican breakfast. And then eating!

To listen, read the story, and see photos, click here.


September 13, 2013

“When running the culinary program for the Mexican Cultural Institute, part of the Mexican embassy, Pati Jinich teaches classes on a variety of themes, concocting elaborate dinners based around a particular region of the country. But sometimes she’s happiest when preparing a big breakfast for the Institute’s staff meal.

‘In Mexico, breakfast is an important meal; breakfast and lunch are huge, and dinner is very light,’ explains Jinich, a native of Mexico and a familiar face to those who know her cookbooks and her PBS series, ‘Pati’s Mexican Table'”…

To read the entire article, click here.


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