Gastronomy has been a life long passion, after I launched my first foodie blog whilst working on a research project on Mexican colonial bread and taking an apprenticeship at a traditional bakery, soon after I opened a microbakery specialized in historical breads including ancient Roman, Victorian, Georgian and Persian recipes.
From a collaborative research project with the universities of Leicester, Exeter and Wales came the book Traditional Recipes from Around the World in 2015, funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council. My editorial work has also being featured in the official blog of Mexico’s Chamber of the Baking Industry.
After creating and successfully running my first food blog called "How to be the hero of your own kitchen" I decided to go deeper into my own culinary heritage and share it in a way it is approachable yet true to its authenticity.
And so I founded of Pass the Chipotle a website dedicated to provide irresistible recipes inspired on the vast Mexican cuisine and offer an unique platform for to enable food enthusiasts and the gastronomically adventurous to explore Mexican food through my recipes. Click here to visit my website.