Published September 1987
by Smithmark Publishers .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
This delightful cookbook is straight from the cocina of a South Texas traditional Mexican home. Don't expect the regular fare of restaurants specializing in "Mexican" food, but if you want a nostalgic trip down memory lane and tidbits to tantalize even the most avid gourmet, try /5(45). The University of Texas at San Antonio is currently working to bring diverse perspectives on Mexican cuisine together for a global audience. Taking a digitized collection of 2, Mexican cookbooks, archivists at the UTSA Libraries Special Collections are compiling recipes into a series of three cookbooks they’re calling Recetas: Cooking in the Time of Coronavirus. Truly Texas Mexican: A Native Culinary Heritage in Recipes by Adán Medrano Another one for the history buff–cooks among us, Adán Medrano’s cookbook delves into the culinary history of . UTSA’s Mexican Cookbook Collection includes over 2, titles in English and Spanish, documenting the variety and history of Mexican cuisine from to the present, with most books dating from to In addition to broad general coverage, the collection includes concentrations in the areas of regional cooking, healthy and vegetarian.
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Oldest cookbook in the Mexican Cookbook Collection. 18th century manuscript cookbook written in ink of Latin American recipes containing main courses, sides, and desserts that include: postre de calabacitas de negro, gaspacho, zopa de naranja, and potaje : Stephanie Noell. The University of Texas San Antonio is home to a large collection of historic Mexican cookbooks. The UTSA Library is where you can find these cookbooks and a special project from the UTSA Library. To make cooking in the tie of Covid better, UTSA is releasing three cookbooks with historic Mexican recipes. So far they have released the first two. Full collection of Tex-Mex recipes on TexasCooking, listed alphabetically. Cookbook with History: delectably steeped in tradition, a living culinary heritage. Book Title: T ruly Texas Mexican: A Native Culinary Heritage In Recipes Author: Adán Medrano Published by Texas Tech University Press Cookbook Specifications: May 9, , Cloth, flexibound ISBN ISBN Product Dimensions: 8 x x 8 inches.