¡No Más Burritos! The GQ Guide to Cooking Real Mexican

The average Mexican-at-home dinner goes something like this: Combine ground beef, bland Old El Paso spices, neon yellow hard shells and—voilà!—tragedy tacos. With the help of Mexico’s top chef, Enrique Olvera, you can do better. From a farmers’-market quesadilla to a feastworthy chicken mole, this is how to take your kitchen south of the border.

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