In this podcast, Pati and Julia discuss how Pati left being a political analysts to start work in food media, only to find her way back to politics through food. They talk about the lack of ego in her work, the intention and stamina she puts into her show, how she fills her well, and what’s not willing to negotiate.
Award-winning chef and host of “Pati’s Mexican Table” Pati Jinich joined “Good Morning America” for our 12 Days of Christmas cookies.
July is National Grilling Month and Michael Symon and Pati Jinich are celebrating the GMA “Cookout Cook-Off.”
I was honored to participate in a James Beard Foundation conversation about representation in food media with journalist Marc Fennell, Eater editor-in-chief Amanda Kludt, and producer Deborah Mitchell.
Pati prepared her Crunchy Corn Muffins for Cinco de Mayo on GMA’s Ultimate Muffin Week. Watch the clip here.
Pati, along with Melissa Clark from The New York Times, join Splendid Table host Francis Lam in a special edition to answer your cooking questions while we are all cooking at home.
Pati talks about growing up in Mexico City eating Ashkenazi dishes that incorporated elements of Mexican cuisine, like Gefilte Fish a la Veracruzana, and why her family’s Yom Kippur breakfasts are unlike anything she’s experienced in the US.
Pati prepares her Sesame, Nutmeg, Matzo Ball Soup with a Mexican twist for the series “10 Entirely Feasible, Totally Magic Dishes to Make Passover 2020 More than Enough”.
I made two crazy versions of nachos for Good Morning America… Chicharrón Nachos and Nachos with Carnitas.
I had the fluffiest, most delicious pancakes in Chicago, and I shared them with the Cooking Channel’s The Best Thing I Ever Ate.