Fiona Dunlop

Real Mexican Food by Fiona Dunlop

Real Mexican Food by Fiona Dunlop

We have not done a book review, so while we are doing our 30 reviews for November it has to time to look at “Real Mexican Food” by Fiona Dunlop.

This is not your normal Tex-Mex formulaic cook book, it is full of innovative and interesting recipes, the book takes you on a regional gourmet tour of the Mexico, the photography in the book combines some beautiful images providing local colour as well as the food being prepared (Which always helps me).

On this tour around Mexico, you are introduced to regional foods as well as some of the people/Chief’s who are creating and developing Mexican food as well as keeping traditional recipes alive. The recipes are well crafted and easy to follow, timings work out well for me and I did not find myself wondering what to do next.

This book is a very suitable for the UK reader and includes a short list of UK Mexican food suppliers, the recipes are in both metric and imperial measures, so I am sure there will be a US version available.

This book makes me want to go on a cooks tour of Mexico , I was going to list some of the recipes to help recommend this book, but as I tried to select some, I kept finding more and more to recommend, so best to say, go and buy a copy, your be glad you did.

You can order this book on Amazon for just £12.74 , click here to get your copy.

Recipes & Descriptions
(8/10)
Photography
(9/10)
Design & Layout
(8/10)
Value
(7/10)
Overall
(8.5/10)

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