Eva Longoria explores the port gateway between Mexico and the rest of the world, Veracruz, and discovers that in its people remains a defiant spirit, still evident in their character, music, and the bold flavors of their food.
Eva Longoria visits the state of Jalisco, where much of what is seen is quintessentially 'Mexican' originated. She also discovers that the state capital, Guadalajara, boasts some of the country's most cutting-edge restaurants.
Eva Longoria visits the northeastern state of Nuevo Leon, bordering her home state of Texas. As little grows there, and with meat on every menu, inventive and resourceful chefs transform simple ingredients into culinary delights.
Travelling to the mountains of Southern Mexico, Longoria discovers the hidden magic of Oaxaca that boasts some of the finest ingredients in Mexico, including chocolate, corn, tomatoes and the much-loved quesillo cheese.
In the jungles of Yucatán State, on the eastern edge of Mexico, Longoria explores the home of the ancient Maya, where a fierce pride in that ancestry still permeates every custom and dish, even in the most innovative kitchens.