Thanks for the hints!
I need inspiration to cook a Mexican meal and my mind is going in a thousand different directions. I need to focus and a cookbook might help a bit.
I’ll look for Rick Bayless and Diane Kennedy. I must admit I was hoping for a Mexican author. We constantly hear that half the kitchens of america are staffed by Mexican labour so there’s bound to be a Mexican Julia Child or Marcella Hazan out there. Why are everybody american or english?
Anybody know of an authentic Mexican cookbook coming from someone who was born in Mexico? I’m a bit weary of those american celebrity chefs and I’d rather read something from a 90 year old mexican grandmother than from “The chef from the top 3 Mexican restaurant in america”. I’m not looking for New York’s elites favourite Mexican dish, I’m looking for a soulful approach and a narrative that can inspire me to try something new. A story that piques my curiosity.
Anybody came across something like that?
Thanks in advance!