Pati Jinich: January 24, 2018

HOLY GUACAMOLE! 

CHEF AND AUTHOR, PATI JINICH DEMONSTRATES NEW GUACAMOLE RECIPES SURE TO ADD FLAVOR TO ANY BIG GAME GET TOGETHER

Pati Jinich

Chef, Author and host of Pati’s Mexican table on PBS

Gathering together to watch the big game is a tried and true American tradition. From rooting for your home team to enjoying all the delicious game day munchies, football is a sport that brings people together. This year, Chef, Author and host of Pati’s Mexican table on PBS, Pati Jinich has teamed up with Avocados From Mexico to provide her expert advice on how to put a super spin on one of the most enjoyed game day snacks – guacamole!

On Wednesday, January 24, Emmy & James beard award nominee, Pati Jinich will be available to share her Game Day entertaining tips – focusing on all things guacamole. In this segment, she will be showcasing three new recipes – one for each of the final two teams in the big game plus a bonus one paying tribute to Minneapolis, the host city. All three would make the perfect accompaniment to any game day menu, with each recipe drawing upon tastes and traditions of those three cities.

 

For more information please visit: www.avocadosfrommexico.com/recipe

MORE ABOUT PATI JINICH:

Pati Jinich is host of the PBS series Pati’s Mexican Table which is a national public TV series on its sixth season. It received the Best National Informational Program Award from the Imagen Awards – and it was recently nominated for two James Beard Awards for Best Culinary Series in a Fixed Location and Best Culinary Host and also two Daytime Emmys for Outstanding Culinary Host and Outstanding Culinary Series. It can be seen throughout the United States, Canada, Australia, Japan and Southeast Asia. Pati has also authored cookbooks, Pati’s Mexican Table: The Secrets of Real Mexican Home Cooking, published in 2013, and Mexican Today: New and Rediscovered Recipes for Contemporary Kitchens, published in 2016.Each recipe included in her blog, TV series and cookbooks exists because she loves it. She tests every recipe until it becomes a magic potion that anybody can make, whether it is for her classes, episodes or family meals. Born and raised n Mexico and living in the United States for more than eighteen years, Pati understands some of the challenges of raising a family here and putting a meal on the table for sometimes picky eaters. She also tries her best to make each class, each episode, each blog post as meaningful as she can for those who take the time to connect.

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