"The book is filled with bright, fresh flavors and dishes that are wonderful in their simplicity."
"Pati Jinich is a breath of fresh air in the food world. She's warm, beyond smart, she's funny and a generous and gifted cook. She knows Mexican food as her heritage and as a scholar, but knows, too, the realities of being a working mother. She never gave up on the tastes she grew up with, but she's got an uncanny way of streamlining how she recreates them. This is one of those books you'll be cooking and learning from for a long time."
—Lynne Rossetto Kasper, Splendid Table host
"Pati Jinich has created the most delicious guidebook to the magnificent market-driven home cooking of Mexico that I've ever seen. This book makes it simple to create fresh and tasty Mexican food and inspires me to make soft fresh torillas, pickle my own jalapeños, and delight in Chicken Tinga with my family. This book will become a family heirloom at my house forever."
— Mario Batali
About the Author
Pati Jinich is the host of the popular PBS show Pati's Mexican Table and the official chef of the Mexican Cultural Institute. She has appeared on the Food Network, NBC’s Today Show, ABC’s The Chew, CBS, Fox News, NPR, and The Splendid Table. She hosts live programs for the Smithsonian Institute and has cooked at the Blair House, the official guest house of the vice-president.