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Muy Bueno: FIESTAS
100+ Delicious Mexican Recipes for Celebrating the Year

By Yvette Marquez-Sharpnack

A festive cookbook filled with history, traditions,
Mexican recipes, and crafts to celebrate American
and Mexican holidays from the proud Latina and
blogger behind Muy Bueno.

Available at all major book stores. Pre-order now!

About the cookbook

Celebrate any occasion with this stunningly designed cookbook, featuring 100+ recipes for traditional and contemporary Mexican-inspired cuisine as well as DIY crafts that make every event a fiesta!

You’ll discover how to show your love on Valentine’s Day with Heart-Shaped Berry Empanadas, celebrate Mother’s Day with Guava Mimosas, whip up Chile Braised Pork Ribs for Día de los Muertos; make a big batch of Red Chile and Chicken Tamales for the December holidays, and much more. Included along with the over 100 delicious, seasonal recipes are step-by-step instructions for making holiday-themed crafts that are fun for children and grown-ups alike.  

With its gorgeous food photography, detailed recipe directions, and wealth of tips to guide you in the kitchen, Muy Bueno: FIESTAS turns every day into a celebration.

100+ RECIPES: Includes a broad selection of classic and contemporary Mexican recipes, including substantial soups and salads, hearty mains, cocktails, and decadent desserts.

RECIPES FOR EVERY OCCASION: Whether you’re preparing for a 4th of July BBQ or Mexican Independence Day, cooking for a crowd on Easter, or honoring loved ones on Día de los Muertos, Muy Bueno: FIESTAS features easy-to-follow recipes for all occasions, big and small.

DIY CRAFTS: Instructions for decorative crafts to help set the stage for a memorable occasion!


Praise for FIESTAS

Pati Jinich headshot“If there’s someone who knows how to throw an amazing Fiesta with crazy good food it’s Yvette! This is the book that will inspire you to cook and host a Yummy celebration no matter how big or small.”    

Pati Jinich, chef, cookbook author and TV Host for Pati’s Mexican Table and La Frontera