Diana Kennedy - Books and Magazine Articles Published

Books and Magazine Articles Published

Articles in the following magazines: Gastronome, Cooking, Clipper, Conde Nast Traveller, Sabor, Mexican Food Magazine, Amistad (American Chamber of Commerce in Mexico), Intercambio (British Chamber of Commerce in México), México Desconocido (a series of illustrated articles on little-known recipes), CIDAP, Artes de Mexico, Food & Wine.

Books published:

  • The Cuisines of México, Harper & Row, 1972, revised HarperCollins, New York, 1986
  • The Tortilla Book, Harper & Row 1975, revised Harper Collins, New York, 1991
  • Recipes from the Regional Cooks of Mexico, Harper & Row 1978, revised as Mexican Regional Cooking, Harper Collins, New York, 1990
  • Nothing Fancy (a book of personal recipes) Dial Press 1984, paperback North Point Press 1989, Ten-Speed Press, Berkeley, 1999
  • The Art of Mexican Cooking, Bantam Books 1989/ to be re-issued by Clarkson Potter, probably 2008 (to be reissued Spring 2008)
  • My Mexico, Clarkson Potter, New York 1998
  • The Essential Cuisines of Mexico (a compilation of the first 3 books), ClarksonPotter, New York 2000
  • My Mexican Kitchen—Techniques and Ingredients, Clarkson Potter, New York 2003
  • Oaxaca al Gusto: An Infinite Gastronomy, University of Texas Press, Austin 2010

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