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Juju's Chocolate Covered Life

Season 6 Episode 611 | 26m 46s

Pati’s youngest son, Juju, is known for his obsession with chocolate. In this episode, they spend the day in the kitchen coming up with three delicious chocolate-loaded recipes: chocolate chocolate chunk banana bread, chocolate crepe tower, and an overloaded Mexican chocolate milkshake.

Aired: 09/05/17
Distributed nationally by American Public Television
Extras
Pati experiences the legacy of Yucatán’s henequén industry and a famous egg dish in Motul.
Pati learns how Monterrey is exploring farm-to-table efforts.
The Garza family invites Pati and the whole community to help make Piloncillo.
Pati learns how to make traditional campechanas and rich conos de crema.
Pati tries the food at each Nuevo León pro soccer stadium with stars from each team.
Pati heads to two must-visit restaurants serving traditional stews.
Pati visits with Gualberto Elizondo, “Weber,” and chef Chuy Villareal of Cara De Vaca.
Pati checks out Texas style BBQ in Mexico.
Pati stops by to two very different style Cantinas in Monterrey.
Pati connects with mountain climbers and top chefs in the Huasteca mountains.
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Pati visits Chef Wilson Alonzo in his hometown of Halachó to prepare Cochinita Pibil.
Pati learns the basics of recados, handmade seasoning pastes that flavor Yucatecan foods.
In Tekit, Pati meets a father and son who both chose to pursue their own path.
Pati tries different versions of Yucatán’s signature smoked meat Carne Ahumada in Temozón.
In the town of Maní, Pati learns about something sacred to the Mayans - bees and honey.
Pati explores the vibrant streets of Yucatán’s capital, Mérida, in search of its flavors.
Pati learns more about Mayan communities on a trip to a cenote with activist Zoila Cen.
Pati discovers Yucatán’s “league of their own” when she meets the Amazonas softball team.
Pati visits the pink lakes where Yucatán’s unique Las Coloradas salt is produced.
Pati experiences the legacy of Yucatán’s henequén industry and a famous egg dish in Motul.