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While Tijuana earned a reputation for being a salty, even dangerous town with more of a bar culture than a food scene, the city is reinventing itself and is well worth visiting just for its delicious street food. Our guide Fernando Acosta, president of the Association of Food Trucks, shows us that delicious and inexpensive street food can be enjoyed throughout the city in a casual and social atmosphere. We make a stop at Mariscos Ruben to taste ceviches and aguachiles that won owner Mirtha Rodríguez Vega “best street food in the world” during the 2016 Street Food Congress in Manila. We visit the taco institution, Taquería Franc, then continue to Telefónica Gastro Park to explore Tijuana’s hipster food truck scene.

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On this tasty trip to Baja, we reveal the classic dishes of this Mexican region that delight diners around the world. “Savoring the Best of World Flavors: Baja” is the 14th installment of The Culinary Institute of America’s World Culinary Arts series. You’ll explore the street food, kitchens, markets, and restaurants of Tijuana, Valle de Gaudalupe, Ensenada, Todos Santos and Los Cabos, as leading chefs and food authorities discuss ingredients and demonstrate culinary techniques in step-by-step detail. Mexican culinary historian Ruth Alegria and Einav Gefen, executive chef for Unilever Food Solutions, will take you through this region of culinary creativity.

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