Sunday, September 24, 2006

Swedish Mexican Food

I'm cited in a column in LA Times today! :) The columnist, Gregory Rodriguez, read my post on tacos and called me up for a chat.

You might need to register to read the article, which you can find here.

11 comments:

Andrew said...

nice one! but Swedena dn Mexican food - how odd is that?

Joe said...

Very cool Anne! Congratulations!

Dagmar said...

Cool!!

Thanks again for the dinner! We had a great time.

Lexi said...

just letting you know that the recipe for marinated garlic cloves is up... enjoy :)

Alexandra said...

How fun for you with attention far drom here.....you sure deserve it.
I hvae to agree with you,
tacos is the new "fredagsmys" in Sweden.....

Clivia said...

haha, that is so cool!

shelly said...

very cool! congrats!

Pene said...

How spicy do Swedish people like their Mexican food? Isn't it fun seeing your name in print in a newspaper that is printed half-way round the globe?

Anne said...

Pene, it sure is :) And well, I think most stick to mild or medium (which is also fairly mild). But I don't know any statistics on it! :)

Shaun said...

Hi Anne,
How fab that you're quoted in the LA Times. We have our version of Mexican food in New Zealand, too. Since living in Los Angeles, I have been made quite clearly aware of how American our interpretation of Mexican food is. I have snapped up a few good Mexican cookery books while living here (the best, surprisingly, written by an anglo from Chicago, Rick Bayless), and a friend of mine recently brought back Mole from Oaxaca for Eric and me. I will let you know how it turns out :-)
Take care.

Eszter said...

Wow, you're getting global. Congratulations!