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Truly Mexican

By Fine Cooking Editors, editor

April 29th, 2011

by Roberto Santibañez

Wiley, $35

The flavors of Mexico are at your fingertips, so long as you master a few simple cooking techniques. This is the philosophy of Roberto Santibañez, the former culinary director of New York-based Rosa Mexicano restaurants and the owner of Fonda, a Mexican eatery in Brooklyn. His book offers a learn-as-you-go approach: Nail the technique for toasting chiles, and you can make adobo sauce for Adobo-Marinated Shrimp or Lamb Shanks Braised in Parchment. There are how-to illustrations for folding tamales, charts dedicated to chile varieties, and tips that really teach.

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