Sunday, September 12, 2021

Mexican foodways

National Hispanic Heritage Month is from September 15 to October 15.

More talks will be added to this page and the main Calendar.


Se 19 Sun 4 Mexico’s Early Cookbooks. “colonial kitchen manuscripts, the first printed cookbooks post-Independence through the Revolution in the early 20th century.” Maite Gomez-Rejon. The Culinary Historians of Ann Arbor (CHAA) HERE

Se 21 Tue 6:50-8 Heavenly Food and Earthly Fires: Convent Women Cooking for God in Colonial Latin America. Daniela Gutiérrez Flores. Culinary Historians of New York $10 HERE

Se 24 Fri 5 Tequila and Mezcal: An Introduction to Mexican Spirits. Chantal Martineau. Context Travel. $36.50 HERE

Se 27 Mon 6 Besos Pan Dulce. Eliceo Lara. LA Plaza de Cultura y Artes. Los Angeles CA HERE

Oct 13 Wed 7-8:30pm Mexico's History in 10 Dishes. Discover Oaxaca Tours $20 HERE



Cookbooks, Cuisine and Cultura. UTSA Libraries’ Mexican Cookbook Collection, the nation’s largest. Several speakers. University of Texas at San Antonio. Jul 2020 TAPE HERE

Mexico’s first female cookbook author Torres de Rubio "was not only Mexico’s first female cookbook author but also the first to publish a regional cookbook in her 1896 trailblazing work, Cocina michoacana.” Maite Gomez-Rejon. La Plaza de Cultura y Artes LA Mar 2021 HERE Facebook TAPE HERE Cocina Michoacana ckbk online HERE

The Kitchen Philosopher: Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz. A 17th cen nun who wrote Mexico’s earliest kitchen manuscript. Maite Gómez-Rejón. LA Plaza de Cultura y Artes TAPE HERE


Discover Mexican food: its flavors, rituals and protagonists. Descubre la comida mexicana: sus sabores, rituals y protagonistas. Google Arts & Culture 35 min. Eng & Spanish with subtitles Se 13 2021 TAPE HERE

The History of Masa. Corn “memelas with black beans and queso fresco along with champurrado, a chocolate-based warm beverage prepared with masa.” Maite Gómez-Rejón. LA Plaza de Cultura y Artes TAPE HERE

Flour Power: Kansas City Mexican-American Food & Its Legacies. History of the tortilla. Gene T. Chavez. Watkins Museum of History Ap 24 2021 HERE TAPE HERE

Tacos, Texas and Tradition. “what makes a taco a taco, and how this favorite cuisine of South Texas has evolved over time.” Aug 2020 UTSA U Texas San Antonio TAPE HERE


Day of the Dead - Dia de Muertos blog post HERE

Dia de los Muertos. Maite Gómez-Rejón. LA Plaza de Cultura y Artes TAPE HERE

Calaveras de Azúcar (sugar skulls) on Día de Muertos. Graciela Caro (sugar skull artist). Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art. IN. Oc 31 2020 HERE. TAPE HERE

Ponte Ready! Celebrating Dia de Muertos. Pan de Muerto history. sweet yeast bread. Fanny Gerson "creator of La Newyorkina, who will share with us her recipe of Pan de Muerto, while discussing the history and symbolism of the beloved baked good and share personal anecdotes about Dia de Muertos." El Museo del Barrio. NY Oct 26 2020 HERE TAPE HERE

Dia de los Muertos. History of mole and prepare Enmoladas. Artbites for La Plaza de Cultura y Artes. CA Oc 26 2020 HERE TAPE HERE

Día de los Muertos Virtual Weekend Celebration. The Basics. Paper marigolds, mole and pan de muerto. Also Nov 1 Sun 2-3. Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian. DC Oc 31 2020HERE TAPE HERE

Photo: Mexico 1880 Library of Congress

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