Mexican Fiesta with Peter Kuruvita

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Culinary Capital - A whole episode of Mexican Fiesta with Peter Kuruvita is barely enough to cover Oaxaca, the culinary capital of Mexico. This charming colonial town seems to have a cooking school on every corner, and it’s here that Peter will learn the secrets of the famous 7 molés. Ch...
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Melting Pot - Mexico is one of the most successfully multicultural countries in the world, and in Veracruz it's particularly apparent. The food here is a mix of Spanish, Mexican and Afro-Caribbean and Peter will sample everything from spicy to sweet. The second most expensive crop in the ...
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Megacity - Mexico City deserves a whole episode of its own. This city has the same population as Australia and with it, some of the best food in Mexico. Peter explores both ends of the spectrum as he samples unique street food like quesadillas made with blue corn, before heading to one of...
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The Real Mexico - At 2700 metres up, Peter Kuruvita discovers the ghost town of Real de Catorce where the ancient, hallucinogenic cactus peyote is in high demand. He travels south to the winding alleys of Guanajuato where he learns the techniques to create the perfect tortilla every time,...
S1 Ep3 25:28

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The Big Smoke - Peter Kuruvita arrives in his first big city, Guadalajara, where he learns how to cook local favourite Birria, a slow cooked, adobo-rubbed goat dish. He then heads out into the country to the iconic town of Tequila to go behind the scenes at a boutique distillery making te...
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