Soup

Creamy Poblano Soup

Growing up in Mexico City, I didn’t know a single person who celebrated Cinco de Mayo, except for the people who lived in the state of Puebla. We didn’t even get the day off! Sure we studied it in school–the unprecedented victory of a small Mexican militia against the large French army in 1862–but it…

Pozole: Try It Green!

Red pozole, or Pozole Rojo, Jalisco style, has been my favorite pozole of all time. It is bold and gorgeous in every possible way. I am so attached to it, we even served it at our wedding. For decades now, I’ve refused to replace it with another… And then, I tried a unique green version,…

On a Soup and a Book

It is partly because of a soup like this, that I want to write a cookbook. A soup that makes me feel all warm inside when I spoon it into my mouth. A soup that has the earthiness and simplicity that grounds me. A soup that, aside from having a comforting base, has layers of…