“La comida mexicana ese día tiene toda la importancia, como que celebrar la Independencia nacional sin tener ese sabor mexicano, es como si nos faltara el alma. Si no tienes tu gastronomía es como celebrar en vacío, uno se siente incompleto”, señaló la chef Patricia Jinich.
In the latest season, Jinich is taking on yet another uncharted course. The 13-episode season features her travels through the Mexican state of Oaxaca. “It’s the most exciting, diverse rich region in Mexico, both culturally and gastronomically,” says Jinich.
“Pati Jinich, born in Mexico City and based in Washington D.C., cooks Mexican food in a way that’s approachable to American cooks on her PBS show, Pati’s Mexican Table. Her cookbook offers warmth and approachability just like her show, making real Mexican food achievable for anyone at home.”
“Believe in what you have to give,” echoed public television star Pati Jinich, who went from being a political analyst to sharing her native Mexican cuisine and culture onscreen. Going against the initial advice of consultants, she let her accent and her personality rip. “It’s those things that you think make you weak and that…
June 11, 2017 Commencement speech, GDS Graduation, Class 2017 By Pati Jinich Faculty, graduates, parents and distinguished guests, it is a great honor to be speaking with all of you today. Russell, thanks so much for the invitation. I was so excited about it, that on my most recent trip back from Mexico, I found…
“It has been incredibly exciting to watch Pati share her love of Mexico with all of our viewers through the eyes of her family as they travel through her native country,” said Karen Fritz, vice president of program development and syndication at WETA Washington, D.C. “Her recipes are fun and easy to create.”
“On October 14 & 15, Create marks Hispanic Heritage Month with back-to-back episodes of the Imagen Award-nominated Pati’s Mexican Table. Join chef Pati Jinich on her culinary adventures through Mexico as she creates authentic Mexican dishes, including huevos rancheros, chiles rellenos, carnitas, marbled tres leches cake, flan and more.”
“Born and raised in Mexico, cookbook author and Emmy-nominated public television host Pati Jinich has mucho culinary cred. ‘I come from a family of accomplished cooks and food maniacs. Absolute maniacs,’ she says.”
“I also can’t live without the chef and television host Pati Jinich’s cookbook “Pati’s Mexican Table: The Secrets of Real Mexican Home Cooking,” especially the recipe for sticky chicken with apricots, tamarind and chipotle, which is already halfway prepared simply by shopping, and serves six generously. I make it on the stove top, or in…
“Pati has had a remarkable career that started in politics and transitioned to pursuing her passion of cooking Mexican cuisine on national television,” said Dawn Christensen, the conference’s organizer and director of National Diversity Relations for MGM Resorts. “Her diverse background and ability to bring cultures together serve as inspiration to others.”