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Guacamole Camille Collins

I love it. There is no better way to savor an avocado than in a good guacamole. What makes a good guacamole, though, is a matter of opinion. I was invited to a friend's house for dinner a while back a... read more

Mexican salsas Luis Dumois

salsa . (Latin salsa, salted.) fem. Composition or mixture of several edible substances, diluted, made to dress or season food. There is no doubt that the above definition was translated from... read more

The comadre and her sixteen children, or how I started cooking Mexican food Karen Hursh Graber

I first met the comadre through a colleague of mine at the University of Puebla, Mexico. I was in the habit of bringing meat loaf, mashed potatoes, and other "gringo food" that the professor's e... read more

Mexican fava bean soup: Caldo de habas vegetariano Karen Hursh Graber

This soup was, and still is, prepared by the comadre and other Cholula cooks during the meatless Semana Santa, Holy Week. The use of hierbabuena (mint) to flavor soup is typical of Central Me... read more

Mushrooms in vinaigrette: Hongos en escabeche Karen Hursh Graber

Wild mushrooms are found in abundance in the states of Puebla, Tlaxcala and Estado de Mexico during and after the rainy season, and used in soups, quesadillas and vegetable dishes. Although the comadre... read more

Light as a breeze rosette fritters: Buñuelos de viento Ana María Flores Sánchez

Buñuelos are crispy fried rosette cookies, a Mexican favorite at Christmas. © Daniel Wheeler, 2009 These light, crisp Mexican Christmas cookies are a favorite at posadas and pastorelas. Ingredie... read more
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