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12 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Pati Jinich. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Pati Jinich, often where they are interviewed.

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12 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Pati Jinich. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Pati Jinich, often where they are interviewed.

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Pati Jinich: Emmy Nominated Chef and TV Host

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In this episode of Skipper, I speak with Pati Jinich, award winning Chef and TV host. Pati's show, Pati's Mexican Table, is aired on PBS and Amazon Prime to approximately 28 million viewers in the US alone. The show has received three daytime Emmy nominations for  Outstanding Culinary Host (2x) and Outstanding Culinary Series. The show has also won three James Beard Awards for Best Culinary Television program (2x) and for Outstanding Personality/TV Host. She is also the author of two cookbooks which are being sold at retailers across the country.

Pati discusses her path to cooking and why she was attracted to the culinary world. In addition, we discuss setbacks on her journey and advice she would give to those still searching for the thing they love. But most importantly, Pati tells us her favorite dish that we all need to try at home :)

Link to Pati's Website: https://patijinich.com/

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Sep 10 2020 · 29mins
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141—Pati Jinich's Mexican Jewish Table

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An intimate, inspiring, hopeful conversation with Mexican chef and cookbook author, Pati Jinich, host of the James Beard Award winning PBS series Pati's Mexican Table and resident chef at the Mexican Cultural Institute in Washington D.C.

On a walk through Oaxaca's Enthnobotanical Garden, Pati tells stories of her Jewish grandparents immigration to Mexico during WWII, her upbringing in Mexico and her move to Texas and Washington D.C. as a young mother. She shares her thoughts on immigration, The Wall, life choices and how she found her way into the kitchen.

May 12 2020 · 18mins

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706: Melissa Clark and Pati Jinich Answer Your Cooking Questions

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Melissa Clark (The New York Times) and Pati Jinich (Pati's Mexican Table) join Francis Lam to consider your quarantine cooking questions.

Apr 10 2020 · 49mins
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Episode 31: Meet Pati Jinich

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This week on Inside Julia’s Kitchen, host Todd Schulkin talks to Pati Jinich, host of the Award-winning PBS television series, Pati’s Mexican Table. Todd and Pati dive into this season’s focus, Baja, Mexico, and do some myth-busting about Mexico and Mexican Cooking. As always, Pati shares her Julia moment.

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Oct 25 2018 · 51mins

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14: Mexican Food Today with Pati Jinich

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Adding good nutrition to your family’s table starts with flavor. After all, if your food doesn’t taste great, no matter how healthy it may be, no one will eat it. That’s why I like to shake things up with my recipes by turning to interesting cuisines and countries from around the world, including Mexico. Avocados, beans, chicken, eggs, mangos, and chile peppers (some are surprisingly mild!) can be found front and center in Mexican kitchens, and each brings a world of possibilities to the table. Joining me on this week’s show to demystify Mexican cooking and share some of her family’s favorite recipes is Pati Jinich. She’s a cookbook author, PBS cooking show host, and the mother of three boys. I hope you’ll tune in for a taste and travel adventure Pati.

Pati Jinich is the host of Pati’s Mexican Table on PBS. Each season she explores the culture and cuisine of a different region of Mexico and then turns those culinary experiences into recipes home cooks everywhere can make for their families. Here in the U.S., when we think about Mexican food, tacos and tortillas come to mind, but there is so much more to this diverse and beautiful cuisine as you’ll learn after hearing Pati’s story.

On the podcast, Pati and I talk about the foods from her childhood in Mexico and how her experiences shaped how she feeds her family today. She shares her favorite guacamole recipe, and we talk about two recipes that I made from newest cookbook, Mexican TodayMeatballs in Guajillo Sauce with Zucchini and Asparagus, Mushroom, and Goat Cheese Enchiladas with Pine Nut Mole Sauce. Did you know there are hundreds of ways to make mole sauce? Me neither!

Show Highlights:

  • Pati shares how she balanced her Mexican heritage and foodways while raising her sons in the U.S.
  • Tips for drawing your teens back to the table with delicious food.
  • How I met Pati on Nantucket this past summer! She’s such a delight.
  • Defining the fascinating and wondrous cuisine of Mexican.
  • Pat’s recipe for Mexican mac and cheese and her family’s favorite guacamole.
  • How her TV show, Pati’s Mexican Table, explores the rich history and cuisine from different regions in Mexico.
  • Mixing European flavors from Patty’s immigrant grandparents with the traditional spices and flavors of Mexico.
  • How her family adds a Mexican twist to traditional matzo ball soup.
  • Substitutes for cilantro (for all you cilantro haters out there).
  • Pat’s recipe for Asparagus and Mushroom-stuffed Enchiladas with Mole Sauce.
  • How it’s easier today to find the chiles and ingredients you need to make authentic Mexican food at home.
  • Pati gives us an update on Mexico after the earthquakes.
  • How Mexican food can be flavorful and healthy.

Links:

My email: liz@lizshealthytable.com

Connect with Pati:

Get Pati’s Book: Mexican Today: New and Rediscovered Recipes for Contemporary Kitchens

Pati on Twitter

Pati on Facebook

You can read the full show notes at www.lizshealthytable.com.

Nov 01 2017 · 43mins
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14: Mexican Food Today with Pati Jinich

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Adding good nutrition to your family’s table starts with flavor. After all, if your food doesn’t taste great, no matter how healthy it may be, no one will eat it. That’s why I like to shake things up with my recipes by turning to interesting cuisines and countries from around the world, including Mexico. Avocados, beans, chicken, eggs, mangos, and chile peppers (some are surprisingly mild!) can be found front and center in Mexican kitchens, and each brings a world of possibilities to the table. Joining me on this week’s show to demystify Mexican cooking and share some of her family’s favorite recipes is Pati Jinich. She’s a cookbook author, PBS cooking show host, and the mother of three boys. I hope you’ll tune in for a taste and travel adventure Pati.

Pati Jinich is the host of Pati’s Mexican Table on PBS. Each season she explores the culture and cuisine of a different region of Mexico and then turns those culinary experiences into recipes home cooks everywhere can make for their families. Here in the U.S., when we think about Mexican food, tacos and tortillas come to mind, but there is so much more to this diverse and beautiful cuisine as you’ll learn after hearing Pati’s story.

On the podcast, Pati and I talk about the foods from her childhood in Mexico and how her experiences shaped how she feeds her family today. She shares her favorite guacamole recipe, and we talk about two recipes that I made from newest cookbook, Mexican TodayMeatballs in Guajillo Sauce with Zucchini and Asparagus, Mushroom, and Goat Cheese Enchiladas with Pine Nut Mole Sauce. Did you know there are hundreds of ways to make mole sauce? Me neither!

Show Highlights:

  • Pati shares how she balanced her Mexican heritage and foodways while raising her sons in the U.S.
  • Tips for drawing your teens back to the table with delicious food.
  • How I met Pati on Nantucket this past summer! She’s such a delight.
  • Defining the fascinating and wondrous cuisine of Mexican.
  • Pat’s recipe for Mexican mac and cheese and her family’s favorite guacamole.
  • How her TV show, Pati’s Mexican Table, explores the rich history and cuisine from different regions in Mexico.
  • Mixing European flavors from Patty’s immigrant grandparents with the traditional spices and flavors of Mexico.
  • How her family adds a Mexican twist to traditional matzo ball soup.
  • Substitutes for cilantro (for all you cilantro haters out there).
  • Pat’s recipe for Asparagus and Mushroom-stuffed Enchiladas with Mole Sauce.
  • How it’s easier today to find the chiles and ingredients you need to make authentic Mexican food at home.
  • Pati gives us an update on Mexico after the earthquakes.
  • How Mexican food can be flavorful and healthy.

Links:

My email: liz@lizshealthytable.com

Connect with Pati:

Get Pati’s Book: Mexican Today: New and Rediscovered Recipes for Contemporary Kitchens

Pati on Twitter

Pati on Facebook

You can read the full show notes at www.lizshealthytable.com.

Nov 01 2017 · 43mins
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Pati Jinich: 2016 National Book Festival

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Pati Jinich discusses "Mexican Today: New and Rediscovered Recipes for Contemporary Kitchens" at the 2016 Library of Congress Book Festival in Washington, D.C.
Dec 30 2016 · 47mins
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Morphmom Moments with Pati Jinich and Kelly Glynn - The show aired 5-5-16

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Morphmom Moments radio show with famous Mexican chef/ author/ PBS TV show host Pati Jinich and Rue Group founder /travel blogger extraordinaire- Kelly Glynn. The show aired 5-5-16.
May 07 2016 · 1hr
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030: Pati Jinich: Building a Shining Career From Your Deepest Love and Passion

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A cooking show on a podcast?
Pati Jinich, renowned PBS cooking show host and Emmy nominee shares
her journey from political analyst covering her native Mexico, to
highly popular TV chef, author, speaker and cultural “ambassador”
of the richness of the Mexican food and culture of her roots. Her
focus, drive and passion to build respect and recognition for
Mexican culture, and find her own special place in the world, will
rivet you. If you have a passion that you want to leverage, here is
how to cook it up!

May 05 2016 · 32mins
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Pati Jinich and Bertha Gonzeles Nieves

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Mexico native, Pati Jinich, host of PBS-TV's "Pati's Mexican Table," and author of "Mexican Today," discusses the global influences on Mexican cuisine such as flavors from Africa, the Mediterranean and Asia brought by generations of immigrants. "Forbes Magazine" called Bertha Gonzales Nieves The First Lady of Tequila. Mexico's first Maestra Tequila, Bertha is co-founder of Casa Dragones, a super premium sipping tequila whose provenance rests in the colonial town of San Miguel de Allende.

This show is broadcast live on W4CY Radio – (www.w4cy.com) part of Talk 4 Radio (http://www.talk4radio.com/) on the Talk 4 Media Network (http://www.talk4media.com/).
May 04 2016 · 50mins
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