Rick Stein enjoys the unique dishes and the enduring legacy of Mexico.

Rick Stein’s Road To Mexico ep.7
Rick Stein’s Road To Mexico ep.7

Rick Stein’s Road To Mexico ep.7

Rick Stein's journey begins to draw to a close as he heads east from Oaxaca to the Yucatan Peninsula - a place once frequented by real pirates of the Caribbean, including our own Sir Francis Drake. Here, where the Europeans first landed over…

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Rick Stein’s Road To Mexico ep.6
Chilli chocolate truffles

Rick Stein’s Road To Mexico ep.6

For Mexicans, their most revered dishes come from the south and their Mecca is undeniably Oaxaca, where locals still dress in traditional costume, bringing to life the enduring descriptions of writers like D H Lawrence, who fell in love with the area.  …

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Rick Stein’s Road To Mexico ep.4
Carne con chile

Rick Stein’s Road To Mexico ep.4

Leaving the Baja Peninsula, Rick explores the western mainland. He lands in the town that placed tequila - and probably Mexico - on the world map and the metropolis that gave us mariachis and dishes like carne con chile.

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Rick Stein’s Road To Mexico ep.3
tortilla burritos

Rick Stein’s Road To Mexico ep.3

Rick enjoys a hearty steak and eggs American diner special and bids a fond farewell to his trusty Ford Mustang as he heads across what is reputed to be the busiest border crossing in the world – San Diego to Tijuana – to begin his Mexican adventures.

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Rick Stein’s Road To Mexico ep.2
clementine and almond

Rick Stein’s Road To Mexico ep.2

Rick Stein continues travelling down the Californian coastline immortalised by Steinbeck, past citrus groves, vineyards that inspired one his favourite movies, Sideways, and into the city of dreams, Los Angeles.

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