Search the website

Press & Clips : Clips 

View all Press & Clips
Press
Clips


March 1, 2013

Watch this video Domenica Marchetti captured of my two youngest monsters talking with me about one of our family favorites Chicken Tinga! This video appears on American Food Roots, a super interesting website created by four veteran journalists about what we’re eating in America and where it came from.

To read the related article, click here.


February 9, 2013

I had the pleasure of interviewing author Arthur Allen about his new book Ripe: The Search for the Perfect Tomato in this week’s Splendid Table. Listen in to hear about how the tomato came to be a worldwide obsession.

Listen to my segment right here…


November 26, 2012

Wake up with me Monday morning, November 26. I will be a guest on Martha Stewart Living Radio’s “Morning Living” program, talking to hosts Betsy Karetnick and Brian Kelsey about whatever they spring on me. You can find Martha Stewart Living Radio on SiriusXM channel 110. If you are a SiriusXM listener, tune in at around 8:00 AM EST!

For more information, click here.

November 11, 2012

Hey everyone, great news! You can now watch the second season of my show “Pati’s Mexican Table” nationwide on Create TV. Episodes air daily at 6:30 PM and 9:30 PM — and, again, at 3:30 AM for all you night owls out there. If you missed any season two episodes, couldn’t find me in your area, or just need a refresher, I hope you’ll tune in!

For a complete episode listing and schedule, click here

October 26, 2012

Do we celebrate Halloween in Mexico? Yes, more so in the big cities, but Halloween is a growing holiday throughout Mexico. However, what is predominately celebrated around this time of year is Day of the Dead. I had a wonderful time speaking with Lynne Rossetto Kasper about the iconic festivities of Day of the Dead, including the many things we do with pumpkins.

For the segment on Day of the Dead, click here.
For the whole show, click here.
For recipe on Pumpkin and Ancho Chile Mole, click here.

October 16, 2012

“El Arte de la Cocina” is a short documentary by Alberto Roblest, creator of Hola Cultura, based on conversations with Washington, D.C.’s, top Latin chefs about the many ways culinary traditions connect Latinos with themselves, their families, their communities, and their past, present and future. I was very fortunate to have the opportunity to be a part of this project along with Chef Nelson Larios of Lauriol Plaza, Chef Javier Romero of Taberna del Alabardero, Chef Ramon Martinez of Jaleo, Chef Ismar Reyes-Cruz of El Nopalito, Chef Beatriz Zuluaga of CentroNí­a, and Chef Tito Vargas of Oyamel. I talk about how the kitchen brings us Latinos together with our culture, heritage and traditions. 

Watch the video…

El Arte de la Cocina-Kitchen Arts from Hola Cultura on Vimeo.


October 14, 2012

I appear on a special live broadcast of David and Nycci Nellis’ Federal News Radio show “Foodie and the Beast” from Poste Modern Brasserie in Washington, D.C., with other guests Chef Dennis Marron and Lead Bartender Jason Wiles, both from Poste, Craig Rogers from Border Springs Farm in Virginia, Tom Hunter from Flying Dog Brewery, and Holly Harter from Subarashii Kudamono Asian Pear Wines.  I am talking about the differences between homestyle Mexican food and the food we associate with many Mexican restaurants in America. 

To listen click here

September 21, 2012

“There’s a national shortage of eggs in the country that is the world’s biggest consumer of eggs (350 per person per year). It’s causing prices to rise, and chefs are having to get creative says Patricia Jinich, host of the popular cooking program Pati’s Mexican Table…”

Read more here

Listen to the broadcast. 



September 11, 2012

Holly Morris and the Fox 5 News crew threw a fiesta at my house this morning for Mexican Independence Day, which is this Saturday, September 15. This is Mexico’s Fourth of July! 

We started by gathering a few chiles from my backyard garden. And Kelly, from Capital Decor, made some gorgeous chile arrangements to spice up my kitchen. 

Then, I make Rabo de Mestiza with Holly. Rabo de Mestiza is a dish where eggs are poached in a tomato and poblano sauce. It’s perfect for an Independence Day brunch because the white eggs, green chiles and red tomato sauce represent the colors in Mexico’s flag. 

DC Breaking Local News Weather Sports FOX 5 WTTG

If you want to throw your own brunch for Mexican Independence Day this weekend, you can find the Rabo de Mestizo recipe here

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.)

Home | About Pati | TV Show | Cookbook | Pati’s Blog | Contact | Terms of Use & Privacy Policy
© 2010-2014 Mexican Table, LLC. All rights reserved.
 
Get the Newsletter