“It’s back to school time, which of course means back to packing lunch. Here we go again. Every parent is pressed for time. Kids aren’t always open to new foods. No one wants to waste time, or money, on food that won’t get eaten.
Understandably, we fall back on the familiar favorites. Peanut butter and jelly, anyone? Parents know the challenge all to well. Everywhere around the world, kids eat. Why not take a cue from other countries’ cuisines, and fill the lunchbox with new and delicious international flavors?…”
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“La gastronomía poblana, parte del patrimonio cultural intangíble de México, se difundirá en la Unión Americana en las emisiones del programa televisivo Pati’s Mexican Table, especializado en la cocina tradicional mexicana…”
“I was born and raised in Mexico City, in a family where every taco happens to be, as my dad boasts, “the best taco you’ve ever had in your entire life.” That is, until you eat the next one.
“Every few months, my family gets together with a Latin group of friends and their families for a potluck.
This winter it was our turn. As tradition goes, the host brings the main dishes to the table and the others bring the rest. I eagerly announced my plans to share Mexican casseroles, also called cazuelas, budines or pasteles. The Mexicans couldn’t hide their joy — ‘Pati! De veras? Budin Azteca? Cazuela de Tamal?!’ — and quickly thought of other ‘very’ Mexican sides to pair with them. The Argentines and Costa Ricans tried to understand what ‘Mexican casserole’ meant and whether it was supposed to be any good…”
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“America is obsessed with television food celebrities. Somewhere along the way, we forgot that, in the kitchen, there just isn’t any substitute for passion and talent. We’ve conveniently chosen to ignore that fact that many of these ‘stars’ are neither food experts nor stars.
NPR The Kojo Nnamdi Show: Family Food & Holiday Traditions
“Patricia Jinich, host of the public television series Pati’s Mexican Table, joins Latina magazine as a contributing food writer offering her unique take on Latin cuisine. Chef Pati will contribute twice a month to Latina.com and regularly in the magazine…”
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“Para Patricia Jinich compartir entre familiares y amigos una mesa llena de comida tradicional mexicana para celebrar el Cinco de Mayo, es una tradición que adquirió cuando emigró a este país de su natal Mexico en 1997…”
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Cinco De Mayo El Tiempo Latino.pdf