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Bought this and "Wahaca - Mexican Food at Home". So which is best?
on 17 July 2017
I bought this, and Thomasina Miers "Wahaca - Mexican Food at Home" and having spent hours comparing recipes (many of which are duplicated across both books), categorising difficulty and how likely I was to actually make the recipes that were unique to each book, and deciding which had the better font and colour scheme I concluded ... that I would have to keep both.
To assist you:
If you like large type that you can read from across a kitchen then this book wins.
On the other hand, if you prefer a very comprehensive Index (that means you don't have to remember each obscure recipe title but can find things under categories as well as ingredients) then "Mexican Food at home" is better. (Consider both contain roughly the same number of recipes: this book has a 4 page index, the other has 8 pages.)
(Or do as I did and find space for both.)