Ximena Martin

Director of Programming and Culinary Arts at LA Plaza de Cultura y Artes

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LA Plaza Cocina is the U.S.’ first museum dedicated to the richness and diversity of Mexican cuisine. Its first exhibit focuses on corn.

LA Plaza Cocina celebrates Mexico’s rich cuisine, maize, Indigeneous grandmothers

LA Plaza Cocina is the U.S.’ first museum dedicated to the richness and diversity of Mexican cuisine. Its first exhibit focuses on corn.

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