Pati's Mexican Table.

Pati's Mexican Table

Flavors of Merida

Pea soup with basil and mint crema. (30 minutes)

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UPCOMING EPISODES

Thu, 6/13 at 6:30 pm on Austin PBS Create

Merida -- Exploring With the Locals

Bar snacks in Merida, the capital of Yucatan; family classics include mondongo stew and foreign influences like kibbeh. (30 minutes)

Fri, 6/14 at 12:30 am on Austin PBS Create

Merida -- Exploring With the Locals

Bar snacks in Merida, the capital of Yucatan; family classics include mondongo stew and foreign influences like kibbeh. (30 minutes)

Sat, 6/15 at 6:30 pm on Austin PBS Create

Celestun -- Coastal Cooking

A visit to the coastal town of Celestun in Merida, Mexico, includes a breakfast featuring fresh seafood, a boat ride to see flamingos, and a cookout on the beach with ceviche and grilled fish. (30 minutes)

Thu, 6/20 at 6:30 pm on Austin PBS Create

Sunday Family Food

Sunday is a day to celebrate food, dancing and culture; slow cooked pork sandwich; Vaqueria dance; a traditional Sunday family meal. (30 minutes)

Fri, 6/21 at 12:30 am on Austin PBS Create

Sunday Family Food

Sunday is a day to celebrate food, dancing and culture; slow cooked pork sandwich; Vaqueria dance; a traditional Sunday family meal. (30 minutes)

Sat, 6/22 at 6:30 pm on Austin PBS Create

Campeche -- Tale of a Pirate City

Exploring Campeche, Mexico, a colonial city defined by its history of piracy; turkey panuchos; La Pigua features regional dishes pescado verde and grilled octopus. (30 minutes)

Thu, 6/27 at 6:30 pm on Austin PBS Create

Ancient Yucatán With My Boys

Climbing the ancient ruins of Uxmal, an ancient Mayan city; swimming; tamales; making cochinita pibil using the ancient technique of cooking meat with heated rocks buried underground. (30 minutes)

Fri, 6/28 at 12:30 am on Austin PBS Create

Ancient Yucatán With My Boys

Climbing the ancient ruins of Uxmal, an ancient Mayan city; swimming; tamales; making cochinita pibil using the ancient technique of cooking meat with heated rocks buried underground. (30 minutes)

Fri, 6/28 at 12:30 am on Austin PBS Create

Ancient Yucatán With My Boys

Climbing the ancient ruins of Uxmal, an ancient Mayan city; swimming; tamales; making cochinita pibil using the ancient technique of cooking meat with heated rocks buried underground. (30 minutes)