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September 1, 2012
Not only did I have a fascinating conversation about Mexican cooking and culture with Gabriela Zabalúa-Goddard and José López Zamorano — hosts of AARP‘s “Viva su Segunda Juventud” radio show for SiriusXM’s ¡Inspí­rate! channel 145 — I also got to try José’s wife’s Mole from Puebla!

To listen to me talk with them as I lick my fingers, click here. (Scroll down to the episode titled “México y Sus Tesoros Gastronómicos” in the audio player.)

December 21, 2011

“From the Feast of Seven Fishes on Christmas Eve to Barbecue on Fourth of July — we’re talking holiday food traditions familiar and obscure.”


January 6, 2010

“Our Local Restaurant Worldtour continues with a look at Mexican cuisine. We learn about the exquisite alchemy of mole, find the best local restaurants (not to be confused with Sal-Mex) and taquerí­as, and examine the links between food and culture”

Read about it and/or listen to the Kojo Show


November 5, 2009
tarascan bean soup

You know how some people become attached to a certain dish? They try it somewhere once and then want to go back to eat it again and again, or they make it at home repeatedly in an until-death-do-us-part kind of vow? Well, I am one of those people, and I have made that vow with quite a few dishes from the Mexican state of Michoacan.It surprises me how Michoacan’s cuisine has remained such a well-kept secret. It has a defined personality and a complex layering of delicious flavors like the more popular cuisines from Oaxaca and Puebla, but its dishes seem to be a bit more comforting and use fewer ingredients.

Continue reading Foods of Michoacan are Forever


November 15, 2008

“Americans have seen a lot in the last few months. Failed banks. Frozen
lending. A stock market like a weary phoenix, rising from its ashes
then plummeting again. In turbulent times like these, don’t we all need
a little comfort food?”

Listen to the complete story. Check out more information on enfrijoladas and queso fresco.

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