Elizabeth Carroll

director of the new documentary “Diana Kennedy: Nothing Fancy”

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Diana Kennedy was one of the first people to document all of Mexico’s regional cuisines, from the deserts of Sonora to the streets of Mexico City.

Sharing the many layers of Mexican cuisine is Diana Kennedy’s mission

Diana Kennedy was one of the first people to document all of Mexico’s regional cuisines, from the deserts of Sonora to the streets of Mexico City.

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