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Top Chef alum Dave Martin explores Mexican food and drink with ‘The Tequila Diet’ cookbook

The book offers tips, tricks, and techniques to create cocktails and authentic Mexican dishes.

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SAN DIEGO — (PRNewswire) — Top Chef Alum Dave Martin introduces “The Tequila Diet,” an homage to the world’s greatest spirit and a guide to some of the most loved classic foods of Mexico. This comprehensive, customized, and easy-to-follow book is a collection of recipes influenced by Martin’s adolescent years growing up in Southern California combined with his adult adventures traveling throughout Mexico.

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More inspiration for the book came to Martin after a trip to Italy when he moved from wine to only tequila and shed some weight. He investigated some of the amazing properties of tequila that are explored in the book and has never turned back. To encourage others to indulge in his go-to spirit with some of his favorite Mexican and tequila-infused recipes, the concept for “The Tequila Diet” was born.

“The Tequila Diet” offers Chef Dave Martin’s tips, tricks, and techniques to create cocktails that can be shaken by a budding bartender and authentic Mexican dishes that can be prepared by the home cook or aspiring chef. Easily sourced and interchangeable ingredients make this the perfect versatile cookbook and cocktail guide for a weeknight dinner at home or a Mexican feast fit for friends and family.

Chef Dave’s fans and colleagues are already sharing rave reviews of the thoughtfully curated book. Readers who wish to explore Mexican food and drink with the world’s greatest spirit can purchase eBooks and pre-order softcover copies at AmazonApple, GoogleBarnes Noble &  BAM. Coming soon to Baker & Taylor, Ingram, and Bookazine.

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