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I am curious about your new book Everday Mexican was this a bit more challenging for you than any of your previous books simply because the focus was bringing down the prep/cooking time to 30 minutes?

Second, having now written six cookbooks, on average how long does it take you to write and publish a cookbook?
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Nicko 
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Usually it takes me a couple of years to complete/test a cookbook. Mexican Everyday was written in one year, and the recipes of that book presented its own set of challenges. I needed to be efficient for the home cook but still have all of the Authentic Mexican flavor. I am proud of the book, it is nice when I hear people come to me and say---I am finally using one of your cookbooks for more than my Cinco de Mayo party!
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I'm cooking my way through Everyday Mexican and so far everything I've made from it has been wonderful. I actually own all your cookbooks and use them for more than just Cinco de Mayo :). What I really appreciate about the new book is the ease and simplicity of the recipes and the fact that you didn't sacrifice the flavor profiles in favor of speed. I also really like the salad dressings and salad ideas in Everyday Mexican.
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Alright! Keep cooking!
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