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Description

Mónica Patiño, one of Mexico's most famous chefs, describes the characteristics of Mexican food and accounts for the variety of international influences that have shaped its identity.
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First broadcast:
28 October 2008

Classroom Ideas

A class could listen to Mónica's account and note down in English ten facts about the origins and nature of Mexican food. The class could also be given a transcript of the clip as part of preparation for a speaking or writing exercise on culture in the Spanish-speaking world.