From Publishers Weekly
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Best book for any authentication of Mexican food. I checked it out from a library and loved it so much. I go thru it every week making something new. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Halloween
This book and Diane Kennedy's "The Cuisines of Mexico" are the standards for all encompassing authentic mexican cookbooks. You won't go wrong with either. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Mylez
I was really excited to get this but was disappointed. I think he has some good recipes in there but they are just so unapproachable and confusing that I really don't grab for... Read morePublished 1 month ago by YG
I wanted more pics. Very dull read. Haven't tried recipes yet bc wasn't drawn in.Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
I gave this two stars because it';s well written and just a fun read.
As far as being a cookbook, it sucks. The conversion from analog book to e-book is not complete. Read more
I'm an experienced home cook. I like Bayless' tv program. The book, although interesting to read, was too basic for me. Maybe I had different expectations.Published 2 months ago by Stella Dorame Franco