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San Miguel Writers' Conference

Teri Sandison and her husband, Hugh Carpenter, have co-authored sixteen best-selling cookbooks, and have operated a cooking school in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, for the last ten years. The most recent book, Mexican Flavors, (Andrew McMeel Universal, August 2014) presents recipes and 130 of Teri's photos taken during the ten years in San Miguel.




Mexican Flavors

Contemporary Recipes from Camp San Miguel

For Napa Valley, California, residents, Teri Sandison and her husband, Hugh Carpenter, the Mexican city of San Miguel de Allende is much more than a travel destination, inspiring a series of cooking schools and now a cookbook, "Mexican Flavors: Contemporary Recipes from Camp San Miguel".

"Hugh and I both fell in love with San Miguel - its warm and friendly people, the sense of history, the grand architecture, and the vibrant art scene," said Sandison, whose pictures punctuate the recipes with local color. "With this new book, we want to share our knowledge of the rich history of the region, along with the charms of the contemporary life."
"Imagine two fabulous artists in one book! Hugh, with his creativity exiting south of the border, his cookery on a new trail, and Teri, with her fabulous, evocative photography," said Margrit Mondavi. "[The book is] an absolute winner! An absolute must to add to our collection of treasures."

Sixteen in All, with a New Cookbook Just Published!

  • Mexican Flavors—Contemporary Recipes from Camp San Miguel
  • Pacific Flavors
  • Chopstix
  • Fusion Food Cookbook
  • Hot Wok
  • Hot Chicken
  • Hot Pasta
  • Hot Barbecue
  • Hot Vegetables
  • Fast Appetizers
  • Fast Fish
  • Fast Entrées
  • Wok Fast
  • Quick Cooking with Pacific Flavors
  • The Great Ribs Book
  • The Great Wings Cookbook

Robert Mondavi Winery, Book signing

Join local authors Hugh Carpenter & Teri Sandison for a wine and cheese reception and book signing of their newest cookbook, “Mexican Flavors: Contemporary Recipes from Camp San Miguel.” The core of the book ($35) teaches the American cook to utilize locally available ingredients to create fresh and flavorful dishes with a Mexican flair. Based in the Napa Valley, the well-known cooking teacher (Carpenter) and award-winning food photographer (Sandison) duo host a cooking class in San Miguel de Allende, a historic city in Mexico known for its rich heritage and vibrant art scene. Inspired by the popular cooking camp they've taught for nine years, the cookbook is packed with innovative recipes and gorgeous regional imagery.


to ancient sacred sites

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