Seven Days in The Valle: QUARANTINE SPECIAL
Got the border closure, can't leave the house blues? Escape to Baja California Mexico's Wine Country!
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FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY you can download the eBook version of my photo book Seven Days in the Valle: Baja California's Wine Country Cuisine at whatever price you want to pay for! The eBook typically retails at $9.99, but you can make a donation at any price, at your discretion and budget.
Your donation will contribute to A Gringo in Mexico's ongoing reporting and I will donate 50% of your contribution to the El Porvenir Volunteer Fire Department in the Valle de Guadalupe.
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You can also purchase the hard or softcover version at: SevenDaysInTheValle.com
What the Critics Say about Seven Days in The Valle:
“This book has beautiful photos. It has great nuggets of insight from the chefs. At 55 pages it’s easily digestible on your drive down there, which you should be making soon.”
- Troy Johnson, San Diego Magazine
“This beautifully designed book should accompany every visitor to the Valle de Guadalupe, offering essential tips and background information. Highly recommend!”
- Nicholas Gilman, Good Food Mexico City
About Seven Days in the Valle:
Seven Days In The Valle: Baja California's Wine Country Cuisine by W. Scott Koenig documents the lives, cuis thanks thanks that's funny that's funnyine and restaurants of seven of Baja California's most talented chefs working in the Valle de Guadalupe, Mexico's main wine-producing region. In the last decade, the "Valle" has become a HOT international destination for its wine and food.
Through over 100 full color photos, narrative and intimate interviews with the chefs, the book captures their thoughts on Baja California cuisine, their feelings about the Valle (and its future) and a bit of their souls in the process.
The book features: Drew Deckman of Deckman's en El Mogor, Esthela Martínez of La Cocina de Doña Esthela, Roberto Alcocer of Malva, Miguel Angel Guerrero of La Esperanza, Sheyla Alvarado of Traslomita, Diego Hernandez of Corazon de Tierra, and Javier Plascencia of Finca Altozano.