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We want to share with you some of the best authentic Mexican food blogs which we think express the depth and diversity of Mexican cuisine. All are written by authors who fell in love with the food of Mexico. Some are written by professional chefs and some are written by people who through birth or circumstance have been immersed in Mexican culture and cuisine. All of the blogs have wonderful recipes and we have linked to some that we think you will enjoy.

Here Are The Blogs

Mexico in My Kitchen

One of our favorite blogs is written by Mely Martinez original from Taumalipas and now residing in the U.S. Mely’s recipes bring back fond memories. Many come from Northern Mexico where I first learned to cook Mexican food. Try the Nuevo Leon style pork stew or the Mexican style beef tips for a taste of the North. Mely has been very generous with us sharing our recipes on her social media accounts. Much appreciated!

Chicano Eats

Chicano Eats has great recipes that are photographed beautifully and probably the best part are the stories that Esteban tells with each recipe. The stories are recollections of the food he grew up eating and the role that food plays in his life. He describes his blog as “un pedacito de mi cultura and traditions through food.” A must visit site! Try the tacos de flor de calabaza.

Pati Jinich

Mexican cookbook author and television host Pati Jinich has a truly beautiful blog. You may have seen her as the host of Pati’s Mexican Table on PBS. She was born and raised in Mexico which installed a deep love and understanding of mexican Cuisine. Her recipes are accessible and use ingredients that are easy to find in the U.S. Try the huitlacoche and squash blossom crepes.

The Mija Chronicles

Leslie Téllez is a food writer and culinary guide who spent four years in mexico City. She runs the culinary tourism company Eat Mexico and recently published Eat Mexico: Recipes from Mexico City’s Streets, Markets & Fondas. Try the chiles rellenos with panela cheese and epazote.

Rick Bayless

Rick Bayless is one of the best known names in Mexican cuisine.He host the show Mexico, One Plate at a Time on PBS. He has written 9 cookbooks and owns the Frontera Grill and Topolobambo restaurants in Chicago. He is a recipient of the Mexican Order of the Aztec Eagle, the highest honor authorized by the Mexican government to foreigners for his lifelong work promoting Mexican Cuisine. He knows his Mexican food. Try the classic white pozole.

La Cocina de Leslie

A celebration of mexican culture and food written by Leslie Limón, a Southern California native transplanted to a small town near Guadalajara. She also blogs about life in Mexico. Try the molletes they look amazing.

The Mexican Food Journal

We couldn’t leave ourselves off this list could we? Some of our favorites, guacamole in the molcajete, classic salsa verde and Mexican pork chops.

RollyBrook

A very personal blog written by Rolly Brook which will give you insight into small town Mexican living. Lots of photos of cooking with his adopted family in Lerdo, Durango. Take a look at the Spanish English food lexicon. It will come in handy.

Mexican Please

Patrick Calhoun recreates the flavors he experienced when he lived in Cozumel. many of his recipes are specific to the state of Quintana Roo.

If you know of any other authentic Mexican food blogs that you think we should list please let us know.


We want to share with you some of the best authentic Mexican food blogs which we think express the depth and diversity of Mexican cuisine. All are written by authors who fell in love with the food of Mexico. Some are written by professional chefs and some are written by people who through birth or circumstance have been immersed in Mexican culture and cuisine. All of the blogs have wonderful recipes and we have linked to some that we think you will enjoy.

Here Are The Blogs

Mexico in My Kitchen

One of our favorite blogs is written by Mely Martinez original from Taumalipas and now residing in the U.S. Mely’s recipes bring back fond memories. Many come from Northern Mexico where I first learned to cook Mexican food. Try the Nuevo Leon style pork stew or the Mexican style beef tips for a taste of the North. Mely has been very generous with us sharing our recipes on her social media accounts. Much appreciated!

Chicano Eats

Chicano Eats has great recipes that are photographed beautifully and probably the best part are the stories that Esteban tells with each recipe. The stories are recollections of the food he grew up eating and the role that food plays in his life. He describes his blog as “un pedacito de mi cultura and traditions through food.” A must visit site! Try the tacos de flor de calabaza.

Pati Jinich

Mexican cookbook author and television host Pati Jinich has a truly beautiful blog. You may have seen her as the host of Pati’s Mexican Table on PBS. She was born and raised in Mexico which installed a deep love and understanding of mexican Cuisine. Her recipes are accessible and use ingredients that are easy to find in the U.S. Try the huitlacoche and squash blossom crepes.

The Mija Chronicles

Leslie Téllez is a food writer and culinary guide who spent four years in mexico City. She runs the culinary tourism company Eat Mexico and recently published Eat Mexico: Recipes from Mexico City’s Streets, Markets & Fondas. Try the chiles rellenos with panela cheese and epazote.

Rick Bayless

Rick Bayless is one of the best known names in Mexican cuisine.He host the show Mexico, One Plate at a Time on PBS. He has written 9 cookbooks and owns the Frontera Grill and Topolobambo restaurants in Chicago. He is a recipient of the Mexican Order of the Aztec Eagle, the highest honor authorized by the Mexican government to foreigners for his lifelong work promoting Mexican Cuisine. He knows his Mexican food. Try the classic white pozole.

La Cocina de Leslie

A celebration of mexican culture and food written by Leslie Limón, a Southern California native transplanted to a small town near Guadalajara. She also blogs about life in Mexico. Try the molletes they look amazing.

The Mexican Food Journal

We couldn’t leave ourselves off this list could we? Some of our favorites, guacamole in the molcajete, classic salsa verde and Mexican pork chops.

RollyBrook

A very personal blog written by Rolly Brook which will give you insight into small town Mexican living. Lots of photos of cooking with his adopted family in Lerdo, Durango. Take a look at the Spanish English food lexicon. It will come in handy.

Mexican Please

Patrick Calhoun recreates the flavors he experienced when he lived in Cozumel. many of his recipes are specific to the state of Quintana Roo.

If you know of any other authentic Mexican food blogs that you think we should list please let us know.


We want to share with you some of the best authentic Mexican food blogs which we think express the depth and diversity of Mexican cuisine. All are written by authors who fell in love with the food of Mexico. Some are written by professional chefs and some are written by people who through birth or circumstance have been immersed in Mexican culture and cuisine. All of the blogs have wonderful recipes and we have linked to some that we think you will enjoy.

Here Are The Blogs

Mexico in My Kitchen

One of our favorite blogs is written by Mely Martinez original from Taumalipas and now residing in the U.S. Mely’s recipes bring back fond memories. Many come from Northern Mexico where I first learned to cook Mexican food. Try the Nuevo Leon style pork stew or the Mexican style beef tips for a taste of the North. Mely has been very generous with us sharing our recipes on her social media accounts. Much appreciated!

Chicano Eats

Chicano Eats has great recipes that are photographed beautifully and probably the best part are the stories that Esteban tells with each recipe. The stories are recollections of the food he grew up eating and the role that food plays in his life. He describes his blog as “un pedacito de mi cultura and traditions through food.” A must visit site! Try the tacos de flor de calabaza.

Pati Jinich

Mexican cookbook author and television host Pati Jinich has a truly beautiful blog. You may have seen her as the host of Pati’s Mexican Table on PBS. She was born and raised in Mexico which installed a deep love and understanding of mexican Cuisine. Her recipes are accessible and use ingredients that are easy to find in the U.S. Try the huitlacoche and squash blossom crepes.

The Mija Chronicles

Leslie Téllez is a food writer and culinary guide who spent four years in mexico City. She runs the culinary tourism company Eat Mexico and recently published Eat Mexico: Recipes from Mexico City’s Streets, Markets & Fondas. Try the chiles rellenos with panela cheese and epazote.

Rick Bayless

Rick Bayless is one of the best known names in Mexican cuisine.He host the show Mexico, One Plate at a Time on PBS. He has written 9 cookbooks and owns the Frontera Grill and Topolobambo restaurants in Chicago. He is a recipient of the Mexican Order of the Aztec Eagle, the highest honor authorized by the Mexican government to foreigners for his lifelong work promoting Mexican Cuisine. He knows his Mexican food. Try the classic white pozole.

La Cocina de Leslie

A celebration of mexican culture and food written by Leslie Limón, a Southern California native transplanted to a small town near Guadalajara. She also blogs about life in Mexico. Try the molletes they look amazing.

The Mexican Food Journal

We couldn’t leave ourselves off this list could we? Some of our favorites, guacamole in the molcajete, classic salsa verde and Mexican pork chops.

RollyBrook

A very personal blog written by Rolly Brook which will give you insight into small town Mexican living. Lots of photos of cooking with his adopted family in Lerdo, Durango. Take a look at the Spanish English food lexicon. It will come in handy.

Mexican Please

Patrick Calhoun recreates the flavors he experienced when he lived in Cozumel. many of his recipes are specific to the state of Quintana Roo.

If you know of any other authentic Mexican food blogs that you think we should list please let us know.


We want to share with you some of the best authentic Mexican food blogs which we think express the depth and diversity of Mexican cuisine. All are written by authors who fell in love with the food of Mexico. Some are written by professional chefs and some are written by people who through birth or circumstance have been immersed in Mexican culture and cuisine. All of the blogs have wonderful recipes and we have linked to some that we think you will enjoy.

Here Are The Blogs

Mexico in My Kitchen

One of our favorite blogs is written by Mely Martinez original from Taumalipas and now residing in the U.S. Mely’s recipes bring back fond memories. Many come from Northern Mexico where I first learned to cook Mexican food. Try the Nuevo Leon style pork stew or the Mexican style beef tips for a taste of the North. Mely has been very generous with us sharing our recipes on her social media accounts. Much appreciated!

Chicano Eats

Chicano Eats has great recipes that are photographed beautifully and probably the best part are the stories that Esteban tells with each recipe. The stories are recollections of the food he grew up eating and the role that food plays in his life. He describes his blog as “un pedacito de mi cultura and traditions through food.” A must visit site! Try the tacos de flor de calabaza.

Pati Jinich

Mexican cookbook author and television host Pati Jinich has a truly beautiful blog. You may have seen her as the host of Pati’s Mexican Table on PBS. She was born and raised in Mexico which installed a deep love and understanding of mexican Cuisine. Her recipes are accessible and use ingredients that are easy to find in the U.S. Try the huitlacoche and squash blossom crepes.

The Mija Chronicles

Leslie Téllez is a food writer and culinary guide who spent four years in mexico City. She runs the culinary tourism company Eat Mexico and recently published Eat Mexico: Recipes from Mexico City’s Streets, Markets & Fondas. Try the chiles rellenos with panela cheese and epazote.

Rick Bayless

Rick Bayless is one of the best known names in Mexican cuisine.He host the show Mexico, One Plate at a Time on PBS. He has written 9 cookbooks and owns the Frontera Grill and Topolobambo restaurants in Chicago. He is a recipient of the Mexican Order of the Aztec Eagle, the highest honor authorized by the Mexican government to foreigners for his lifelong work promoting Mexican Cuisine. He knows his Mexican food. Try the classic white pozole.

La Cocina de Leslie

A celebration of mexican culture and food written by Leslie Limón, a Southern California native transplanted to a small town near Guadalajara. She also blogs about life in Mexico. Try the molletes they look amazing.

The Mexican Food Journal

We couldn’t leave ourselves off this list could we? Some of our favorites, guacamole in the molcajete, classic salsa verde and Mexican pork chops.

RollyBrook

A very personal blog written by Rolly Brook which will give you insight into small town Mexican living. Lots of photos of cooking with his adopted family in Lerdo, Durango. Take a look at the Spanish English food lexicon. It will come in handy.

Mexican Please

Patrick Calhoun recreates the flavors he experienced when he lived in Cozumel. many of his recipes are specific to the state of Quintana Roo.

If you know of any other authentic Mexican food blogs that you think we should list please let us know.


We want to share with you some of the best authentic Mexican food blogs which we think express the depth and diversity of Mexican cuisine. All are written by authors who fell in love with the food of Mexico. Some are written by professional chefs and some are written by people who through birth or circumstance have been immersed in Mexican culture and cuisine. All of the blogs have wonderful recipes and we have linked to some that we think you will enjoy.

Here Are The Blogs

Mexico in My Kitchen

One of our favorite blogs is written by Mely Martinez original from Taumalipas and now residing in the U.S. Mely’s recipes bring back fond memories. Many come from Northern Mexico where I first learned to cook Mexican food. Try the Nuevo Leon style pork stew or the Mexican style beef tips for a taste of the North. Mely has been very generous with us sharing our recipes on her social media accounts. Much appreciated!

Chicano Eats

Chicano Eats has great recipes that are photographed beautifully and probably the best part are the stories that Esteban tells with each recipe. The stories are recollections of the food he grew up eating and the role that food plays in his life. He describes his blog as “un pedacito de mi cultura and traditions through food.” A must visit site! Try the tacos de flor de calabaza.

Pati Jinich

Mexican cookbook author and television host Pati Jinich has a truly beautiful blog. You may have seen her as the host of Pati’s Mexican Table on PBS. She was born and raised in Mexico which installed a deep love and understanding of mexican Cuisine. Her recipes are accessible and use ingredients that are easy to find in the U.S. Try the huitlacoche and squash blossom crepes.

The Mija Chronicles

Leslie Téllez is a food writer and culinary guide who spent four years in mexico City. She runs the culinary tourism company Eat Mexico and recently published Eat Mexico: Recipes from Mexico City’s Streets, Markets & Fondas. Try the chiles rellenos with panela cheese and epazote.

Rick Bayless

Rick Bayless is one of the best known names in Mexican cuisine.He host the show Mexico, One Plate at a Time on PBS. He has written 9 cookbooks and owns the Frontera Grill and Topolobambo restaurants in Chicago. He is a recipient of the Mexican Order of the Aztec Eagle, the highest honor authorized by the Mexican government to foreigners for his lifelong work promoting Mexican Cuisine. He knows his Mexican food. Try the classic white pozole.

La Cocina de Leslie

A celebration of mexican culture and food written by Leslie Limón, a Southern California native transplanted to a small town near Guadalajara. She also blogs about life in Mexico. Try the molletes they look amazing.

The Mexican Food Journal

We couldn’t leave ourselves off this list could we? Some of our favorites, guacamole in the molcajete, classic salsa verde and Mexican pork chops.

RollyBrook

A very personal blog written by Rolly Brook which will give you insight into small town Mexican living. Lots of photos of cooking with his adopted family in Lerdo, Durango. Take a look at the Spanish English food lexicon. It will come in handy.

Mexican Please

Patrick Calhoun recreates the flavors he experienced when he lived in Cozumel. many of his recipes are specific to the state of Quintana Roo.

If you know of any other authentic Mexican food blogs that you think we should list please let us know.


We want to share with you some of the best authentic Mexican food blogs which we think express the depth and diversity of Mexican cuisine. All are written by authors who fell in love with the food of Mexico. Some are written by professional chefs and some are written by people who through birth or circumstance have been immersed in Mexican culture and cuisine. All of the blogs have wonderful recipes and we have linked to some that we think you will enjoy.

Here Are The Blogs

Mexico in My Kitchen

One of our favorite blogs is written by Mely Martinez original from Taumalipas and now residing in the U.S. Mely’s recipes bring back fond memories. Many come from Northern Mexico where I first learned to cook Mexican food. Try the Nuevo Leon style pork stew or the Mexican style beef tips for a taste of the North. Mely has been very generous with us sharing our recipes on her social media accounts. Much appreciated!

Chicano Eats

Chicano Eats has great recipes that are photographed beautifully and probably the best part are the stories that Esteban tells with each recipe. The stories are recollections of the food he grew up eating and the role that food plays in his life. He describes his blog as “un pedacito de mi cultura and traditions through food.” A must visit site! Try the tacos de flor de calabaza.

Pati Jinich

Mexican cookbook author and television host Pati Jinich has a truly beautiful blog. You may have seen her as the host of Pati’s Mexican Table on PBS. She was born and raised in Mexico which installed a deep love and understanding of mexican Cuisine. Her recipes are accessible and use ingredients that are easy to find in the U.S. Try the huitlacoche and squash blossom crepes.

The Mija Chronicles

Leslie Téllez is a food writer and culinary guide who spent four years in mexico City. She runs the culinary tourism company Eat Mexico and recently published Eat Mexico: Recipes from Mexico City’s Streets, Markets & Fondas. Try the chiles rellenos with panela cheese and epazote.

Rick Bayless

Rick Bayless is one of the best known names in Mexican cuisine.He host the show Mexico, One Plate at a Time on PBS. He has written 9 cookbooks and owns the Frontera Grill and Topolobambo restaurants in Chicago. He is a recipient of the Mexican Order of the Aztec Eagle, the highest honor authorized by the Mexican government to foreigners for his lifelong work promoting Mexican Cuisine. He knows his Mexican food. Try the classic white pozole.

La Cocina de Leslie

A celebration of mexican culture and food written by Leslie Limón, a Southern California native transplanted to a small town near Guadalajara. She also blogs about life in Mexico. Try the molletes they look amazing.

The Mexican Food Journal

We couldn’t leave ourselves off this list could we? Some of our favorites, guacamole in the molcajete, classic salsa verde and Mexican pork chops.

RollyBrook

A very personal blog written by Rolly Brook which will give you insight into small town Mexican living. Lots of photos of cooking with his adopted family in Lerdo, Durango. Take a look at the Spanish English food lexicon. It will come in handy.

Mexican Please

Patrick Calhoun recreates the flavors he experienced when he lived in Cozumel. many of his recipes are specific to the state of Quintana Roo.

If you know of any other authentic Mexican food blogs that you think we should list please let us know.


We want to share with you some of the best authentic Mexican food blogs which we think express the depth and diversity of Mexican cuisine. All are written by authors who fell in love with the food of Mexico. Some are written by professional chefs and some are written by people who through birth or circumstance have been immersed in Mexican culture and cuisine. All of the blogs have wonderful recipes and we have linked to some that we think you will enjoy.

Here Are The Blogs

Mexico in My Kitchen

One of our favorite blogs is written by Mely Martinez original from Taumalipas and now residing in the U.S. Mely’s recipes bring back fond memories. Many come from Northern Mexico where I first learned to cook Mexican food. Try the Nuevo Leon style pork stew or the Mexican style beef tips for a taste of the North. Mely has been very generous with us sharing our recipes on her social media accounts. Much appreciated!

Chicano Eats

Chicano Eats has great recipes that are photographed beautifully and probably the best part are the stories that Esteban tells with each recipe. The stories are recollections of the food he grew up eating and the role that food plays in his life. He describes his blog as “un pedacito de mi cultura and traditions through food.” A must visit site! Try the tacos de flor de calabaza.

Pati Jinich

Mexican cookbook author and television host Pati Jinich has a truly beautiful blog. You may have seen her as the host of Pati’s Mexican Table on PBS. She was born and raised in Mexico which installed a deep love and understanding of mexican Cuisine. Her recipes are accessible and use ingredients that are easy to find in the U.S. Try the huitlacoche and squash blossom crepes.

The Mija Chronicles

Leslie Téllez is a food writer and culinary guide who spent four years in mexico City. She runs the culinary tourism company Eat Mexico and recently published Eat Mexico: Recipes from Mexico City’s Streets, Markets & Fondas. Try the chiles rellenos with panela cheese and epazote.

Rick Bayless

Rick Bayless is one of the best known names in Mexican cuisine.He host the show Mexico, One Plate at a Time on PBS. He has written 9 cookbooks and owns the Frontera Grill and Topolobambo restaurants in Chicago. He is a recipient of the Mexican Order of the Aztec Eagle, the highest honor authorized by the Mexican government to foreigners for his lifelong work promoting Mexican Cuisine. He knows his Mexican food. Try the classic white pozole.

La Cocina de Leslie

A celebration of mexican culture and food written by Leslie Limón, a Southern California native transplanted to a small town near Guadalajara. She also blogs about life in Mexico. Try the molletes they look amazing.

The Mexican Food Journal

We couldn’t leave ourselves off this list could we? Some of our favorites, guacamole in the molcajete, classic salsa verde and Mexican pork chops.

RollyBrook

A very personal blog written by Rolly Brook which will give you insight into small town Mexican living. Lots of photos of cooking with his adopted family in Lerdo, Durango. Take a look at the Spanish English food lexicon. It will come in handy.

Mexican Please

Patrick Calhoun recreates the flavors he experienced when he lived in Cozumel. many of his recipes are specific to the state of Quintana Roo.

If you know of any other authentic Mexican food blogs that you think we should list please let us know.


We want to share with you some of the best authentic Mexican food blogs which we think express the depth and diversity of Mexican cuisine. All are written by authors who fell in love with the food of Mexico. Some are written by professional chefs and some are written by people who through birth or circumstance have been immersed in Mexican culture and cuisine. All of the blogs have wonderful recipes and we have linked to some that we think you will enjoy.

Here Are The Blogs

Mexico in My Kitchen

One of our favorite blogs is written by Mely Martinez original from Taumalipas and now residing in the U.S. Mely’s recipes bring back fond memories. Many come from Northern Mexico where I first learned to cook Mexican food. Try the Nuevo Leon style pork stew or the Mexican style beef tips for a taste of the North. Mely has been very generous with us sharing our recipes on her social media accounts. Much appreciated!

Chicano Eats

Chicano Eats has great recipes that are photographed beautifully and probably the best part are the stories that Esteban tells with each recipe. The stories are recollections of the food he grew up eating and the role that food plays in his life. He describes his blog as “un pedacito de mi cultura and traditions through food.” A must visit site! Try the tacos de flor de calabaza.

Pati Jinich

Mexican cookbook author and television host Pati Jinich has a truly beautiful blog. You may have seen her as the host of Pati’s Mexican Table on PBS. She was born and raised in Mexico which installed a deep love and understanding of mexican Cuisine. Her recipes are accessible and use ingredients that are easy to find in the U.S. Try the huitlacoche and squash blossom crepes.

The Mija Chronicles

Leslie Téllez is a food writer and culinary guide who spent four years in mexico City. She runs the culinary tourism company Eat Mexico and recently published Eat Mexico: Recipes from Mexico City’s Streets, Markets & Fondas. Try the chiles rellenos with panela cheese and epazote.

Rick Bayless

Rick Bayless is one of the best known names in Mexican cuisine.He host the show Mexico, One Plate at a Time on PBS. He has written 9 cookbooks and owns the Frontera Grill and Topolobambo restaurants in Chicago. He is a recipient of the Mexican Order of the Aztec Eagle, the highest honor authorized by the Mexican government to foreigners for his lifelong work promoting Mexican Cuisine. He knows his Mexican food. Try the classic white pozole.

La Cocina de Leslie

A celebration of mexican culture and food written by Leslie Limón, a Southern California native transplanted to a small town near Guadalajara. She also blogs about life in Mexico. Try the molletes they look amazing.

The Mexican Food Journal

We couldn’t leave ourselves off this list could we? Some of our favorites, guacamole in the molcajete, classic salsa verde and Mexican pork chops.

RollyBrook

A very personal blog written by Rolly Brook which will give you insight into small town Mexican living. Lots of photos of cooking with his adopted family in Lerdo, Durango. Take a look at the Spanish English food lexicon. It will come in handy.

Mexican Please

Patrick Calhoun recreates the flavors he experienced when he lived in Cozumel. many of his recipes are specific to the state of Quintana Roo.

If you know of any other authentic Mexican food blogs that you think we should list please let us know.


We want to share with you some of the best authentic Mexican food blogs which we think express the depth and diversity of Mexican cuisine. All are written by authors who fell in love with the food of Mexico. Some are written by professional chefs and some are written by people who through birth or circumstance have been immersed in Mexican culture and cuisine. All of the blogs have wonderful recipes and we have linked to some that we think you will enjoy.

Here Are The Blogs

Mexico in My Kitchen

One of our favorite blogs is written by Mely Martinez original from Taumalipas and now residing in the U.S. Mely’s recipes bring back fond memories. Many come from Northern Mexico where I first learned to cook Mexican food. Try the Nuevo Leon style pork stew or the Mexican style beef tips for a taste of the North. Mely has been very generous with us sharing our recipes on her social media accounts. Much appreciated!

Chicano Eats

Chicano Eats has great recipes that are photographed beautifully and probably the best part are the stories that Esteban tells with each recipe. The stories are recollections of the food he grew up eating and the role that food plays in his life. He describes his blog as “un pedacito de mi cultura and traditions through food.” A must visit site! Try the tacos de flor de calabaza.

Pati Jinich

Mexican cookbook author and television host Pati Jinich has a truly beautiful blog. You may have seen her as the host of Pati’s Mexican Table on PBS. She was born and raised in Mexico which installed a deep love and understanding of mexican Cuisine. Her recipes are accessible and use ingredients that are easy to find in the U.S. Try the huitlacoche and squash blossom crepes.

The Mija Chronicles

Leslie Téllez is a food writer and culinary guide who spent four years in mexico City. She runs the culinary tourism company Eat Mexico and recently published Eat Mexico: Recipes from Mexico City’s Streets, Markets & Fondas. Try the chiles rellenos with panela cheese and epazote.

Rick Bayless

Rick Bayless is one of the best known names in Mexican cuisine.He host the show Mexico, One Plate at a Time on PBS. He has written 9 cookbooks and owns the Frontera Grill and Topolobambo restaurants in Chicago. He is a recipient of the Mexican Order of the Aztec Eagle, the highest honor authorized by the Mexican government to foreigners for his lifelong work promoting Mexican Cuisine. He knows his Mexican food. Try the classic white pozole.

La Cocina de Leslie

A celebration of mexican culture and food written by Leslie Limón, a Southern California native transplanted to a small town near Guadalajara. She also blogs about life in Mexico. Try the molletes they look amazing.

The Mexican Food Journal

We couldn’t leave ourselves off this list could we? Some of our favorites, guacamole in the molcajete, classic salsa verde and Mexican pork chops.

RollyBrook

A very personal blog written by Rolly Brook which will give you insight into small town Mexican living. Lots of photos of cooking with his adopted family in Lerdo, Durango. Take a look at the Spanish English food lexicon. It will come in handy.

Mexican Please

Patrick Calhoun recreates the flavors he experienced when he lived in Cozumel. many of his recipes are specific to the state of Quintana Roo.

If you know of any other authentic Mexican food blogs that you think we should list please let us know.


We want to share with you some of the best authentic Mexican food blogs which we think express the depth and diversity of Mexican cuisine. All are written by authors who fell in love with the food of Mexico. Some are written by professional chefs and some are written by people who through birth or circumstance have been immersed in Mexican culture and cuisine. All of the blogs have wonderful recipes and we have linked to some that we think you will enjoy.

Here Are The Blogs

Mexico in My Kitchen

One of our favorite blogs is written by Mely Martinez original from Taumalipas and now residing in the U.S. Mely’s recipes bring back fond memories. Many come from Northern Mexico where I first learned to cook Mexican food. Try the Nuevo Leon style pork stew or the Mexican style beef tips for a taste of the North. Mely has been very generous with us sharing our recipes on her social media accounts. Much appreciated!

Chicano Eats

Chicano Eats has great recipes that are photographed beautifully and probably the best part are the stories that Esteban tells with each recipe. The stories are recollections of the food he grew up eating and the role that food plays in his life. He describes his blog as “un pedacito de mi cultura and traditions through food.” A must visit site! Try the tacos de flor de calabaza.

Pati Jinich

Mexican cookbook author and television host Pati Jinich has a truly beautiful blog. You may have seen her as the host of Pati’s Mexican Table on PBS. She was born and raised in Mexico which installed a deep love and understanding of mexican Cuisine. Her recipes are accessible and use ingredients that are easy to find in the U.S. Try the huitlacoche and squash blossom crepes.

The Mija Chronicles

Leslie Téllez is a food writer and culinary guide who spent four years in mexico City. She runs the culinary tourism company Eat Mexico and recently published Eat Mexico: Recipes from Mexico City’s Streets, Markets & Fondas. Try the chiles rellenos with panela cheese and epazote.

Rick Bayless

Rick Bayless is one of the best known names in Mexican cuisine.He host the show Mexico, One Plate at a Time on PBS. He has written 9 cookbooks and owns the Frontera Grill and Topolobambo restaurants in Chicago. He is a recipient of the Mexican Order of the Aztec Eagle, the highest honor authorized by the Mexican government to foreigners for his lifelong work promoting Mexican Cuisine. He knows his Mexican food. Try the classic white pozole.

La Cocina de Leslie

A celebration of mexican culture and food written by Leslie Limón, a Southern California native transplanted to a small town near Guadalajara. She also blogs about life in Mexico. Try the molletes they look amazing.

The Mexican Food Journal

We couldn’t leave ourselves off this list could we? Some of our favorites, guacamole in the molcajete, classic salsa verde and Mexican pork chops.

RollyBrook

A very personal blog written by Rolly Brook which will give you insight into small town Mexican living. Lots of photos of cooking with his adopted family in Lerdo, Durango. Take a look at the Spanish English food lexicon. It will come in handy.

Mexican Please

Patrick Calhoun recreates the flavors he experienced when he lived in Cozumel. many of his recipes are specific to the state of Quintana Roo.

If you know of any other authentic Mexican food blogs that you think we should list please let us know.



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