CDMX: The food of Mexico City | Author: Rosa Cienfuegos
CDMX is the follow-up cookbook to Comida Mexicana by Rosa Cienfuegos. It is a celebration of the food of Mexico City, the dishes that Rosa grew up eating and now recreates in her two Sydney restaurants: Tamaleria and Icatate. It is the food that ‘chilangos’ (residents of Mexico City) enjoy at home and on the streets, in markets and cafes and bars. Authentic and often unique to Ciudad de México, as the locals call it, CDMX’s colourful recipes reflect the vibrancy, history and modern urban life of Mexico’s liveliest city.
Filled with stunning food photography and on-the-scene shots of Mexico City, this is a cookbook for those who crave authenticity and who strive to accurately recreate their favorite food memories. For anyone planning a trip to Mexico, CDMX also features a small travel guide recommending the best bars, restaurants, street eats and markets to be found in this sprawling modern metropolis.
28 x 20.7 cm
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