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PATI’S MEXICAN TABLE: Season 3

Stream or tune in Saturdays, April 10 – May 29, 2021 at 3 p.m. on KPBS TV

Season 3 of PATI’S MEXICAN TABLE continues its exploration of the simple, approachable, mouth-watering dishes and ingredients that fuel chef and cookbook author Pati Jinich’s cuisine.

This season, Pati uncovers Chinese, Italian and American twists on Mexican cooking, south-of-the-border seafood specialties, and hearty street food. In field pieces taped throughout Mexico, Pati enjoys family time in Mexico City, savors empanadas in Patzcuaro, shops for arts and crafts in Tzintzunzan, watches the action at a Mexican rodeo, and visits a piñata maker in Morelia.

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Forget boring salsa, trendy Mexican chile crisp is elevating Tucson food | eat

Some of us remember a time when we had space in our fridge; Before it became a museum of fried chile products from all over the world. It was a simple time, before the obsession started, when food tasted delicious but somehow not crunchy enough. And everything lacked that lustrous oil, staining your fingers with its beautiful red hue. 

Let’s call that era B.C.C.: before chile crisp. The life-changing condiment has been around for centuries, but most people around here can remember the first time they tasted it. Maybe it was given to you by an overzealous friend (perhaps me)

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First look at the mouthwatering Mexican food being served up at Sheffield’s newest vegan eatery

We may be in the middle of yet another national lockdown but that did not stop the owners of Make No Bones, David Shaw and Lauren Hird, from teaming up with Sean O’Callaghan to open La Fonda on January 15.

La Fonda is located within the kitchen at The Tramshed’s premises at 53 Chesterfield Road, Heeley, and will form the popular bar’s food offering once pubs are permitted to reopen.

For now, La Fonda’s full menu – which includes Chorizo Sopes and Vegan Tinga Taco Dorado – is available for both collection and delivery from Friday to Sunday.

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Water Graves: Nightmare for Mexican Fishermen

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MEXICO CITY, Feb 4 2021 (IPS) – All of Erizo’s nightmares are the same. Since his return from the ocean – almost unrecognizable – every bad dream is identical. A wave punches his little boat and throws him into the deep sea where everything is so dark that he can’t even see his own hands.

Rosi Orozco

Even when he swam with all his energy, this 31 year old fisherman was never able to set foot on the

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