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In Pati's Mexican Table V, chef Pati Jinich explores the cuisine of the Yucatán Peninsula. Follow Pati as she visits local farmers and chefs to learn about the region's unique culture and Mayan history. Then join her back in her own kitchen, where she teaches viewers how to create a variety of delicious new dishes at home.  Read More »

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