Authentic Indian-Mexican Recipes


by William Hardwick, self published, revised 1972 edition of the 1965 publication. Out of print. A good "early" primer on this cuisine. The author spent many years, beginning in 1939 with a life-changing visit to Santa Fe, studying and photographing Indians and Mexicans along the Rio Grande -- and collecting recipes. There are more than 80 recipes here -- soups, salads, sauces, breads, sandwiches, one dish meals and specialties, vegetables, and both savory and sweet baked goods and candies. We like his Chiles Rellenos and Mexican dip, a sort of quacamale that uses fresh cottage cheese as an ingredient as well as avocado. There's also Pavo Relleno (Stuffed Turkey), served only at Easter, Christmas and celebrations like weddings and baptisms. Red cover pamphlet, reproduced drawing of a New Mexico sage grouse on the front cover, staple bound, 60 pages. Condition: pristine -- VG+.

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