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Hugo Ortega's Street Food of Mexico Award-winning chef Hugo Ortega of Hugo's Authentic Mexican Cuisine journeys across Mexico enjoying the foods of his homeland. Unaltered by globalisation and fast-food short-cuts, Mexican street food represents the best of traditional cooking. The scent of these familiar dishes moves from colourful carts out onto the street, drawing hungry diners in to experience the unique richness of flavours tha... Full description

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Food, Art and Entertainment in One Great Package 23. September 2012
Von Chilewheel - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe Verifizierter Kauf
Hugo Ortega's book is the type that makes one rethink doing everything on an electronic device. It needs to be held to be truly enjoyed. There is much to appreciate. The scope of the offerings is staggering, and all the more helpful because Ortega's love of his country's cuisine is evident on every page. He did his homework, seemingly traveling the length and breadth of Mexico to get at the soul of its street food offerings. Penny de Los Santos' photography is stunning, producing pictures that are worthy of being framed and hung. The overall effect is, to put it simply, sensuous. Everything I saw I wanted to make, and I have started working my way through it's recipes.

Not everything is new, especially for those who are familiar with the cusine and its preparation methods, but there are new treats and twists aplenty to keep Mexican food veterans interested; two immediately come to mind. First is "Guisado de cazuela de chicharron", literally pork skin stew. The chicharron, which I happened to have just purchased at a local tienda, is immersed in a beef and tomatillo broth, using the familiar onion, chile and garlic for aromatic punch. Spice additives included cumin, oregano and a bit of ground clove, which added an interesting note. The chicharron softens in the dish, and develops a texture I happen to love, akin to the tendon commonly found in Vietnamese Pho.

The second dish is "Tacos de transito de lujo." Just a taco, you say? Yep, but made with deboned pig's feet panfried in egg batter. Using deboned trotters is the "lujo" or luxury, in the dish's name. You can have them deboned by your butcher, or braise or boil them briefly with aromatics to soften them up, and then debone them yourself. (To make this even easier, have your meat purveyor cut the feet in half which will simplify the process) A little bit of extra prep, but well worth the effort. Both of these dishes exemplify the soul of street food, regardless of where it comes from- lots of flavor from simple ingredients.

For the not so meat centric, the book includes meatless offerings and all manner of street offerings including sandwiches, ceviches, sauces, drinks, and sweets.

"Street Food of Mexico" is one of the best books of it's kind to come out in a long time. Buy it for the information it imparts. Buy it for the beauty it contains. Just buy it, and buy it old school -the book- to hold and enjoy, even if you never make a single recipe.
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The heart of real Mexican cuisine 6. September 2012
Von R&M - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe Verifizierter Kauf
Love the book. You can see that there was some time put into making this a very comprehensive cookbook. There are detailed definitions of ingredients. As I went through it, I could see this was not like other Mexican cookbooks. There is a soul and presence of Mexico in every recipe and picture. You can tell that these recipes were not just made up to fill a page but have been passed down for many generations. I plan on cooking everything.
4 von 4 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
I Think I Hit The Recipe Jackpot With This Book! 26. Juni 2013
Von YayaOrchid - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe Verifizierter Kauf
I absolutely love the enormous amounts of true Mexican recipes in this book! EVERYTHING you could possibly wish to find is here- even Mexican 'torta' bread recipes. The author has shared a culinary treasure trove of recipes! The only negative I can add, which is something I read in other reviews, is the strong 'chemical' odor emanating from the book. This of course has nothing to do with the author's contribution to this work. I hope AMAZON can contact the publishers or suppliers about this very annoying problem. (Amazon are you listening?) However, for once I can say, because of the amazing worth of the recipes alone, I am willing to let it pass- no way I'm returning this book! I highly recommend it! Others, however, may not be so forgiving.

I posted the above review and had to come back to edit. After spending the evening pouring through the book, I found that the abnoxious odor pretty much disappeared after airing it out whilst reading. It would be a great service to the publishing house's readers to do something about the problem, but I am editing my review because I don't think anyone should miss out on owning this book because of the noted problem with the odor. It does seem to dissipate after a while. At least that has been my experience with it.
3 von 3 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
Awesome chef cookbook! 28. Dezember 2012
Von Amazon Customer - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe Verifizierter Kauf
Love his food at Hugo's so thought I would get this. Very authentic mexican food but just wish they could put some of the recipe list online here.
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GREAT COOK BOOK!! 16. November 2012
Von John Soto - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe
One of my favorite Mexican cook books. Great true street food recipes. Just bought this book a 2nd time for my father for Christmas.
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