On my recent trip to Mexico, I visited the carnitas capital of the world – Quiroga, Michoacán! So, of course, this time on ABC‘s The Chew, I had to share my perfected recipe for carnitas. I made Carnitas Tacos with Daphne Oz, and we mixed up some Salsa Verde Cruda to top them.
If you missed the segment, you can watch here.
For the recipe, click here.
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The Gourmand Awards celebrate the first six months of the year by publishing a list of interesting books from 83 countries. There are approximately 200 food books and 50 books about wine and other beverages. These books are recommended by members of our national juries…”
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“What Dunlop does for China, Pati Jinich does for Mexico in Pati’s Mexican Table: The Secrets of Real Mexican Home Cooking…She puts extra zing into the chicken and potato salad her mother used to make in Mexico City by adding vinegar and chipotle chilies in adobo sauce. Two small moves make a huge difference. It’s an instant classic…”
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“Ever since she was a child, Pati Jinich has been passionate about food and sharing her love for all things culinary – what I didn’t expect was to have her literally share her love of food with me. When we met at The Senator restaurant in Toronto on a Monday morning, Jinich enjoyed a traditional diner breakfast while we chatted, and generously insisted that I try some of her meal, as well. ‘Can I give you a little?’ she asked. ‘Please, it’s so much food! Ask for a plate. Eat with me!’
American public television viewers have witnessed Jinich’s fun and welcoming nature through her popular television show, Pati’s Mexican Table, since 2007, and now with the launch of her debut cookbook of the same name, Jinich’s home-style Mexican cooking is making waves across the continent. Jinich is quick to emphasize, however, that what she cooks isn’t the fast-food, Tex-Mex food that many Canadians might usually eat. ‘Real Mexican food is healthy and wholesome,’ Jinich explains…”
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