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    Baja California is a Mexican state on the Baja California Peninsula, bordering the U.S. state of California. The landscape spans mountains and beaches on the Pacific Ocean and Gulf of California.

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  • Oaxaca

    The state is best known for its indigenous peoples and cultures. The most numerous and best known are the Zapotecs and the Mixtecs, but there are sixteen that are officially recognized. These cultures have survived better than most others in México due to the state's rugged and isolating terrain.

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  • Sonora

    Sonora is located in northwest Mexico. The second largest state, it is sparsely populated. Mountainous and arid, the region is sunny almost year–round and has little rainfall.

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Blog Jul 22

Alfonsina

By Eduardo | @eduardoplaschinski The experience at Alfonsina starts the moment you walk into Jorge Leon’s home on the outskirts of Oaxaca…

Tamales Madre

Blog May 08

Tamales Madre

By Eduardo | @eduardoplaschinski Walking along Liverpool street in Mexico City’s Colonia Juárez, I stumbled upon a tiny, beautiful space filled with…

Niddo

Blog Mar 21

Niddo

By Eduardo | @cazadordelomejor I have enjoyed being the Mexico City picks correspondent here at PatiJinich.com. Today's recommendation is quite personal and…

Heladería Casa Morgana

Blog Nov 08

Heladería Casa Morgana

By Eduardo | @cazadordelomejor A 3- by 3-meter window in Mexico City’s Colonia Juárez where passionate people make perfect Italian…

Tuna carnitas at Contramar in Mexico City

Blog Oct 11

Contramar

By Eduardo | @cazadordelomejor Mexico City’s freshest and tastiest seafood, many say. Contramar is known to be the city’s most…

Blog Aug 23

El Huequito

By Eduardo | @cazadordelomejor There are so many places to eat tacos al pastor in Mexico City and each one…

Tortas at El Rey de Pavo in Mexico City

Blog Jul 23

El Rey del Pavo

By Eduardo | @cazadordelomejor In Mexico, and many parts of the world, roasted turkey is mainly served during the holiday…

molino el pujol

Blog Feb 20

Molino “El Pujol”

By Eduardo | @cazadordelomejor From one day to the next, heirloom corn became a strong topic of conversation in Mexico.…

fried egg on a warm corn tortilla at itanoni

Blog Nov 17

Itanoní Tortillería y Antojería

By Eduardo | @cazadordelomejor Oaxaca is one of Mexico’s most interesting states, rich with culture, ingredients and tradition, and is…

bunuelos at dulceria de celaya

Blog Jun 18

Dulcería de Celaya

By Eduardo | @cazadordelomejor Over 140 years ago, the Guizar family opened a small candy shop in the heart of…

Pancracia Mexico City

Blog Mar 16

Pancracia

By Eduardo | @cazadordelomejor Seven years ago, bread maker Hugo González opened up what is known to be one of…

cafe de olla and breakfast at Fonda Margarita

Blog Dec 09

Fonda Margarita

By Eduardo | @cazadordelomejor If you’re a very early morning person who will eat lots during breakfast – Fonda Margarita…

french toast at lalo in Mexico City

Blog Sep 11

LALO!

By Eduardo | @cazadordelomejor Now-a-days, pan francés (French toast) is commonly said in Mexico City’s culinary neighborhoods thanks to Chef…

chilaquiles torta at tortas atlixco

Blog Jan 15

Tortas Atlixco

By Eduardo | @cazadordelomejor In Mexico, there are infinite possibilities between two slices of bread. Mexicans are very creative. We’ve…

Mar 16

Episode 112: Vanilla

Vanilla only comes in a bottle, right? Oh, it's a bean!? Where on earth do I find vanilla beans and…

Mar 16

Episode 111: Middle Eastern Influences

Immigrants from Lebanon, Syria and Israel have left a tasty influence on Mexican cuisine over the years; this show will…

Mar 16

Episode 110: Cinnamon

Mexico is now the largest importer of cinnamon in the world--but how do they use it that's so special? Just…

Mar 16

Episode 109: Chorizo

Who doesn't love sausage? Chorizo, the Mexican version, is a deep-burnt-reddish explosion of fresh, moist, exotically seasoned flavor. When it's…

Mar 16

Episode 108: Mexican Brunch

A Mexican brunch is the perfect way to ease into the weekend. What kinds of recipes are truly Mexican but…

Mar 16

Episode 107: Mexican Picnic

What's on the menu at a typical Mexican picnic? Are some foods, like hot dogs and hamburgers, universal? Turn your…

Mar 16

Episode 106: Hibiscus Flowers or Jamaica

In Mexico, it's not uncommon to find both food and water deliciously flavored with hibiscus flowers. Commonly known as Jamaica,…

Mar 16

Episode 105: Convent Food

Aren't convents supposed to be austere, dull places? In Mexico, everything's a little more colorful--including the food of Catholic nuns.…

Mar 16

Episode 104: Tomatillos

Meet the tomatillo--this small, plump, green fruit was a favorite of the Aztecs and stars in any number of Mexican…

Mar 16

Episode 103: Avocado

This episode shows us how to pick and prime the perfect Mexican avocado, then walks us through three great recipes. As a…

Mar 16

Episode 102: Foods of the Revolution

If you're fighting a war, how do you cook food on the run? What sort of meals can you make…

chicken flautas

Mar 16

Episode 101: Quesadillas

Pati's Mexican Table Season 9 explores one of Mexico's largest states: Sonora. Pati travels the rugged, stunning terrain of the…