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What would you like to read on La Cocina Histórica?

September 6, 2013
Cocina Mexicana de Abolengo (1952) by Josefina Velázquez de León

Cocina Mexicana de Abolengo (1952) by Josefina Velázquez de León

As we begin a new academic year with  La Cocina Histórica, we’d like to learn a little bit more about our readers and ask you to tell us what you’d like to read in the coming months.

This poll will remain at the top of the page until the end of September. For new recipe posts, scroll down!


Secrets of Salsa = Secretos de la Salsa : a Bilingual Cookbook by the Mexican Women of Anderson Valley (2002) edited by Kira Brennan. UTSA Libraries Special Collections.

Secrets of Salsa = Secretos de la Salsa : a Bilingual Cookbook by the Mexican Women of Anderson Valley (2002) edited by Kira Brennan.



Lo Mejor de la Cocina Oaxaqueña (1975) by Elena Tajonar Campo. UTSa Libraries Special Collections

Lo Mejor de la Cocina Oaxaqueña (1975) by Elena Tajonar Campo. UTSa Libraries Special Collections


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