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Truly Mexican: Essential Recipes and Techniques for Authentic Mexican Cooking Reviews

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A Beginner's Guide to a Flavorful Cuisine

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Pros: beautiful pictures, delicious recipes

Cons: ingredients may be hard to find, spicy

Living in Texas, I eat a lot of Tex-Mex cuisine.  Guacamole, stuffed poblano peppers, and fajitas are found on almost every corner.  However, I think that many people mistake this anglicized food as true Mexican food, when it is in fact a US creation for the most part.  True Mexican cooking is much simpler, much tastier, and has much less fat, as the author shows us in this beautifully illustrated book.   Truly Mexican introduces the reader to Mexican cooking through its sauces.  It's a beginner course in the base of most of Mexican cooking, as just about any dish can be creatively altered once the sauces are truly understood.  With everything from...
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