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The New York Times: How to Feed Your Summer Crowd Without Going Crazy

“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…

PR Newswire: Pati Jinich to Speak at Women’s Leadership Conference

“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.”

Seeds of Peace

“Food has the power to build bridges between people, communities, and countries, as few things bond us more than gathering around the table to enjoy and linger over a meal. In Mexico, we have a term in Spanish, sobremesa, for the time after the food is finished when everyone is in such good spirits they…

Americas Quarterly: 5 People Who Bring Mexico and the U.S. Closer Together

“Whether in sports, politics, food or the arts, the U.S. and Mexico have enriched one another in countless ways. That’s why AQ has selected its Top 5 Border Ambassadors to highlight those who excel in bringing the two countries closer together. Each honoree does this in their own way: U.S.-Mexico Foundation CEO Rebeca Vargas helps…

ELLE México

“Esta ensalada festiva y llena de color, es una versión moderna de lo que conocemos como Ensalada Navideña. Solo que la manera tradicional de hacerla, lleva muchas más frutas. A mi me encanta la combinación que incluyo aquí. Me recuerda a cuando era niña y rompíamos piñatas en las posadas o los cumpleaños y veíamos…