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March 3, 2013

“Una de las líderes de la co- cina mexicana en los Estados Unidos es la chef Pati Jinich. Es originaria de Ciudad de México y proveniente de una familia de destacados cocineros. Su pasión por la gastronomía le ha hecho recopilar excelentes recetas de co- cina y compartirlas en televisión, radio, y ahora en su primer libro de cocina ‘Pati’s Mexican Table’, que usted podrá recibir firmado por ella misma.

El libro autografiado no será una copia más, sino que usted podrá ver a la mismísima Pati firmarlo en persona y hasta podrá recibir una clase de cocina mexi- cana otorgada por ella, pues estará presente el próximo viernes 8 de marzo en la escuela de cocina de Central Market donde enseñará cómo cocinar algunas de las me- jores recetas de su libro…”

Para leer el artí­culo completo, haga clic aquí­.


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…


December 18, 2012

Thank you so very much to Huffington Post Latino Voices for including me in their Latino Gift Guide. I also think my cookbook is a great gift idea!

To read the article, click here.


December 17, 2012

“‘Mexican home cooking is beautiful in its simplicity, tremendously convenient, and wholesome,’ [Pati Jinich] says. Jinich accomplishes her goal and does an excellent job of inspiring home cooks to make dishes from her native country in her first cookbook. Alongside her recipes, which she says ‘have come to my table from many paths,’ she shares Mexican cook’s tricks–lessons passed down from generation to generation in her family: for example, how to control chile heat. The book is filled with bright, fresh flavors and dishes that are wonderful in their simplicity…”

To read the entire review from Publishers Weekly, click here.


November 29, 2012

“‘Pati’s Mexican Table’ hit the air in April 2011. Its host was born and raised in Mexico City and has a master’s degree in Latin American studies from Georgetown University. She switched gears to focus on research and share her knowledge about Mexican cuisine.

On the program, she introduces viewers to Mexican ingredients and cooking techniques. She also mixes in information about regional cultures and Mexican history and traditions.

The first episode I watched showed Jinich making Mexican wedding cookies, which is what we gringos call them, but they are known as polvorones in Mexico.”

To read the entire article, click 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

November 9, 2012

“‘Mi papá me decí­a que después de haber sido una rata de biblioteca acabé en la cocina. Originalmente querí­a ser flautista; estudiaba en el conservatorio, pero sentí­a que no tení­a talento pleno: podí­a tocar partituras, pero no improvisar.

Querí­a una carrera relacionada a las ciencias sociales. No podí­a entrar a la de Filosofí­a y Letras de la UNAM por la huelga y me decidí­ por la universidad más difí­cil: el ITAM, con la carrera de Ciencias Sociales que al año cambió de nombre por Ciencia Polí­tica’, cuenta risueña Patricia Jinich.

Y finalmente se tituló con un proyecto de tesis dirigido por el finado Alonso Lujambio. Pero la vida y el amor le tení­an planes fuera de la Ciudad…”

Para leer el artí­culo completo haga clic aquí­ para el link o haga clic aquí­ para el PDF. 

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.

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