The Ideal Book For Mexican Cuisine.
It contains 125 creations (that includes 41 bases and 20 cocktails), 342 elaborations, 79 processes with their step-by-step pictures, and 800 photos.
- Throughout more than 42.000 words, Roberto Ruiz reveals in MX the keys of a unique culinary project using bases, techniques and products.
- One of the 79 step-by-step processes shows this millenary technique (nixtamalisation), as well as the remaining steps to follow to obtain the tortillas.
- ‘This book has a lot to get your teeth into’, says in advance Jãvi Antoja de la Rosa, editor-in-chief of the book and of Montagud Editores’ publishing projects.
- The work of Roberto Ruiz, Martin Eccius and María Fernández leading the universe of Punto MX is huge, useful… and difficult.
- ‘‘There are times when all of this reminds me of the tangram’, the chef explains, in relation to his project.
- ‘You have to create one shape, and then another, and another using a limited number of pieces.’
- The book solves the puzzle for everyone who wants to dive in the real and contemporary Mexican cuisine.
- Hardback. Pages: 448.
- Language: English/Spanish.
- ISBN: 9788472121737. Published: 2018.