Penguin Random House
A journey of discovery through one of the most exciting and unexplored street food cuisines, featuring 34 delicious recipes alongside stunning travel photography
Taste freshly deep-fried totopos standing beside a wobbly stall in one of Mexico City’s chaotic street mercados. Eat the mysterious dish barbacoa—a goat buried in the ground with glowing coals, a crucifix, and a bottle of mezcal. Jonas Cramby takes the reader on a journey to create simple Mexican dishes at home, from antojitos (small dishes) to dulces (sweets) and bebidas (drinks) and, of course, the Mexicans’ favorite—tacos.
Jonas Cramby is a food writer and blogger. In 2009 he was awarded the title Chronicler of the Year by Sweden’s magazines. He is a devoted lover of the taco, having traveled around Mexico looking inside people’s kitchens and asking how they make their delicious food. He is the author of a number of books, which include Korean BBQ & Japanese Grills, Texas BBQ, Tex-Mex From Scratch and The Ultimate Sandwich.