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Pati's Mexican Table

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One of the region's most celebrated chefs, Javier Plascencia, gives Pati a tour of the Baja he knows and loves before they make their way to his newest restaurant, Jazamango.

This show is all about Pati's middle son, Sami. Being stuck in the middle of first born, Alan, and Mr. Personality himself, Juju, isn't always easy for Sami. Every once in a while, Pati likes to give Sami a day all to himself, and he'll help her as she cooks his absolute favorite foods! Recipe 1: Sami's Smashed Baby Potatoes; Recipe 2: Chipotle Salmon, Bacon and Avocado Sandwich; Recipe 3: Nothing Like Homemade Cookies.

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Thu Mar 12th, 7:30pm
Fri Mar 13th, 1:30am

Pati welcomes dear friend and fellow public television chef and host Vivian Howard to her kitchen. In this south of the border meets southern food experience, Pati and Vivian will cook a couple of their classic recipes for each other, looking for connections in cultures and food.

Street food has always been popular, but these days it's booming as more and more chefs are bringing food trucks and stands to the streets! In this episode, Pati visits the city of Guanajuato, known for having some of the best street food in all of Mexico, to highlight some of her favorites. Then, she shows us how we can recreate some of them in our own kitchens. Recipe 1: Cooked and Seasoned Corn; Recipe 2: Miner-Style Enchiladas; Recipe 3: Homemade Cajeta (Dulce de Leche); Recipe 4: Churros con Cajeta.

It's the end of a great week in San Miguel, so Pati and her family decide to have a summer evening party - the perfect end to a fun family vacation. First, she'll head to a few places in San Miguel for ingredients, Agropark and a local winery. Back home she'll cook a big, celebratory family dinner to be enjoyed on their patio, while the sun sets over the city. Recipe 1: Cherry Tomato Jam with Red Wine and Scallions; Recipe 2: Citrus Chicken with Carrots and Baby Potatoes; Recipe 3: Bell Peppers, Cucumbers and Chickpea Salad; Recipe 4: Vanilla Custard.

Celestino Gasca didn't exist until about 30 years ago. Now, this rural seaside town is becoming a vacation destination due to its magnificent untouched beaches and idyllic surfing conditions. Pati meets with local restaurant owner Carmen and helps her cook one of Sinaloa's most iconic recipes: pescado zarandeado. Then, she travels 30 minutes south to the tiny fishing village of Las Barras, where she meets a fisherman who catches percebes, a tiny crustacean considered a delicacy in the region.

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