Made in Mexico: Cookbook: Classic and Contemporary Recipes from Mexico City
Made in Mexico mixes recipes inspired by Mexico City street food, local eateries, and multi-starred restaurants, combining regional traditions and global trends. In more than one hundred dishes for breakfast, antojitos or snacks, salads and ceviches, main dishes, and desserts, as well as staples such as salsa roja and tortillas, chef Danny Mena shows American home cooks the depth and diversity of true Mexican cooking in the capital city, with explanations for proper technique and suggestions for ingredient variations.
Transportive photography from the streets, squares, markets, fondas, and restaurants of Mexico City complements beautifully plated dishes and an alfresco backyard dinner. Each recipe is inspired by a different Mexico City restaurant, giving the book a second life as a delicious image-filled guide to one of the world’s hottest culinary destinations. Fascinating sidebars illuminate aspects of Mexican food culture and feature notable locations.
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Mexico City-born Danny Mena began at New York landmarks Blue Hill and The Modern before opening Hecho en Dumbo in 2010. In 2017, Mena launched La Loncheria in Brooklyn's Bushwick neighbourhood.
Nils Bernstein is a food, drink, and travel journalist and recipe developer based in Mexico City and New York. He is food editor for Wine Enthusiast magazine and a contributor to Bon Appetit, Epicurious, GQ, and Men's Journal.