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Pozole, Posole:  Corn Flowerettes Make A Vegan Feast

Pozole, Posole: Corn Flowerettes Make A Vegan Feast

This pozole, posole,  is a vegan delicacy and one of my favorite dishes to serve at dinner parties. Most recipes make pozole with pork, but this is more traditional, because pork arrived in Mexico only about 500 years ago, so before that, we were pork-less […]

New Food Documentary Begins Filming

New Food Documentary Begins Filming

I’m thrilled to share with you the good news that we’ve begun filming a new food documentary, the untold story of the 10,000 year culinary traditions of Texas.  We began in San Antonio’s Westside, where families dig earth ovens and slow-cook meat over 12 hours. […]

Finalist, “Book Of The Year”- Truly Texas Mexican

Finalist, “Book Of The Year”- Truly Texas Mexican

Just Announced: Foreword Reviews note: “Recipes and personal anecdotes illuminate the role that cuisine plays in identity and community.” Texas Mexican Cookbook Is Finalist, “Book Of The Year” Chef and author, Adán Medrano, has been named a finalist in the INDIEFAB Book of the Year […]