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NPR: The Salt

“In Mexico, celebrations for el Dia de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, are already in full swing. The holiday, observed on Nov. 1 and 2, honors deceased ancestors. And food and drink are a big part of the festivities — they are ofrendas, or offerings, put on altars to entice deceased loved ones…

Toledo Blade

“When you think of Mexican food, there’s a good chance you’re imagining tacos, burritos, and enchiladas — and margaritas, of course. When Pati Jinich (pronounced HEE-nitch) — host of Pati’s Mexican Table on PBS, which airs locally on WGTE at 2:30 p.m. on Tuesdays — thinks of the food of her homeland, she thinks of…

Well+Good

“The avocado is the gateway drug of healthy eating—it’s delicious, plays well with others, and is a brilliant travel partner. Plus, props to the OG superfood for being a convincing reminder that fat can be your ally. But there’s nothing more annoying than trying to make an Instagrammable piece of avo toast with a rock-hard, bright green avocado.…

Hadassah Magazine

“In the Mexico City of their youth, Pati Jinich and her three sisters were practically the only Jewish students in their private school classes—and probably the only one whose grandmother prepared guacamole with Jewish flair. ‘We always knew we were Jewish but we weren’t front and center about it,’ Jinich (pronounced yee-nitch) said of her…

Emmy and James Beard Award-Nominated TV Series Pati’s Mexican Table Premieres Fifth Season

Pati’s Mexican Table, the Emmy and James Beard Award nominated Mexican cooking and travel series from acclaimed chef and author Pati Jinich, premieres its fifth consecutive season on PBS and public television stations nationwide the weekend of September 10. “There is simply no one on television who has Pati’s charm, skill and heart. She explodes…