This book is in Spanish.
The best reference and resource out there on Mexican cooking and cuisine, Larousse Diccionario Enciclopedico de la Gastronomia Mexican covers just about everything from A to Z in 648 pages. In it Ricardo defines ingredients, cooking styles and methods, the cooking in various regions, utensils, festivals, foodways and more. There are also lists of antojitos, moles, mushrooms, chiles fresh and dried in handy chart form that makes it easy to figure out where a dish originated, what the major components are and what it might be called in the various areas of Mexico.
An updated new edition, that is beautiful, easy to use and enhanced with many color photos. This is a tremendous resource for serious students of Mexican cuisine.