La Cocina: A Mexican-American Daughters Lessons in the Kitchen Miles Matise

ISBN: 9781448981205

Published: January 26th 2010

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82 pages


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La Cocina: A Mexican-American Daughters Lessons in the Kitchen  by  Miles Matise

La Cocina: A Mexican-American Daughters Lessons in the Kitchen by Miles Matise
January 26th 2010 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, ZIP | 82 pages | ISBN: 9781448981205 | 6.80 Mb

In Mexican culture, food is more than a necessity for physical nourishment- rather, it serves an important social function. Mexican cuisine is much like the glue that binds a family together. Food creates a focus for family gatherings. In MexicanMoreIn Mexican culture, food is more than a necessity for physical nourishment- rather, it serves an important social function.

Mexican cuisine is much like the glue that binds a family together. Food creates a focus for family gatherings. In Mexican tradition, it is customary for children to help their mothers prepare meals in the kitchen. This is not only a way to solicit help in preparing the meal for what are traditionally large families, but also a way to pass on traditions from one generation to the other. The premise of this book is that lessons of life are often caught rather than taught in traditional Mexican families and the kitchen is a central place for that to occur.



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