Mexican Culture and Cooking

By Lindsey Lowe

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Publisher Cavendish Square Imprint Cavendish Square ISBN


Mexican Culture and Cooking

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Mexican food and the culture of its people are deeply connected. Readers explore this connection through insightful main text and fact boxes that highlight how geography, festivals, daily life, and food have been linked throughout Mexican history. Maps help readers visualize where certain ingredients come from, and colorful photographs depict Mexicans and the foods they enjoy in engaging detail. As readers learn, they are invited to take that knowledge into the kitchen with the help of recipes broken down into simple steps. This journey through Mexico is sure to have readers coming back for seconds!
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