Book - Ciudad De Mexico
Book - Ciudad De Mexico

Book - Ciudad De Mexico

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After years of recreating the food of home in New York and London, Mexican chef Edson Diaz-Fuentes has broken down his native cuisine to the basics for the home cook.

Presented in sections by time of day, Ciudad de Mexico takes the reader on a whirlwind tour of culinary highlights, from cantina breakfasts and street food, to lunchtime moles and taco truck favourites and sweet treats. But while this book aims to evoke the true spirit of the country, it also functions as a key to unlock any mystery surrounding Mexican ingredients and flavours.

With stunning location photography and narratives on Mexican food culture and handy substitution guides, this book is a must-have for the culinary explorer.

About the Author

Edson Diaz-Fuentes was born and raised in Mexico City and lived in New York, London and Oaxaca City. There he spent time in the kitchen of Alejandro Ruiz, at Casa Oaxaca, learning about the diversity of some of Mexico's most treasured ingredients and its slow food cooking techniques. What started off as an idea in New York and later a food stall in Shoreditch, East London, evolved into the critically acclaimed restaurant Santo Remedio in London.

Book - Ciudad De Mexico
Book - Ciudad De Mexico
Book - Ciudad De Mexico