Mexico: The Cookbook

August 7, 2019 - Comment

Brand New still in shrink wrap.

Brand New still in shrink wrap.

Comments

Anonymous says:

Great book, but could be improved This book is crazily comprehensive and it’s so big that it’s bigger than two to three average cookbooks. The cover is beautiful and the pages are thick, although they’re not glossy so watch them with food splats. Also – it’s so big that it struggles to sit on my cast iron cookbook stand. Just something to bare in mind.I can’t comment on how authentic this is, but I can say that there is such a wide variety of Mexican dishes in here that you would struggle to get bored of this…

Anonymous says:

The Ultimate Reference on Mexican Food. Period. – The context -I own over 300 cookbooks, around on 20+ Mexican cuisine.Knowing the quality of Phaidon cook books, hearing they’re releasing a mammoth 700-page volume on Mexican cuisine – it clearly made it to the top of my wish list.- The book -It’s thick & heavy. Not something you’ll read on your daily commute to work. But it’s also a beautiful book. Packed with absolutely gorgeous pictures on mate paper (a photo to every 5 recipes or so – not the…

Anonymous says:

Beautiful, colourful and delicious. It’s my third book purchase of Phaidon cooking series, first Mexican book ever, and they’ve all been an absolute hit.What can I say about this one? It’s beautifully decorated, really brings out the colourful look of Mexico and Mexican cuisine, makes me happy to even open it.But be warned – Mexican cuisine is quite unique, a lot of ingredients you can only find online for quite a sum of money, at least in the UK, making it impossible to even try some of the recipes. Those unique…

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