12 edition of The people of Mexico and their food found in the catalog.
Describes food customs and preparation in Mexico, regional dishes, and cooking techniques; includes recipes for a variety of meals.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 46) and index.
|Statement||by Ann L. Burckhardt.|
|LC Classifications||TX716.M4 B86 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||48 p. :|
|Number of Pages||48|
|LC Control Number||96024788|
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The journey involves surprises; those with a love for the unknown, who dare to be adventurous, will be richly rewarded. My motto is: When in doubt, close your eyes and chew. (the above is an excerpt from The People’s Guide to Mexico by Carl Franz).
Mexico is self-sufficient in most fruits and vegetables (that is, Mexican farmers grow enough to meet the needs of the people), and in beans, rice, and sugar. However, many people living in rural areas are poor, and are barely able to grow enough food to feed their own families.
By B.C., villages based on agriculture and hunting had sprung up throughout the southern half of Albán, home to. The Aztec people had a belief story that many of their native food sources, such as seeds they used to harvest and certain animals,were gifted to them by their Gods.
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The history of Mexican food is a long and diverse one. It is believed that authentic Mexican food might have been derived from the Mayan Indians. They were traditionally nomadic hunters and gatherers. Corn tortillas with bean paste were a common food item; but they also ate wild game, tropic fruits, and fish.
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