Follow Miguel and Dante over the marigold bridge and create a feast inspired by Disney’s Coco.
Celebrate Día de Los Muertos with over 50 recipes inspired by the Land of the Dead in Disney’s Coco! Filled with sweet treats, appetizers, main courses, and delicious drinks, this cookbook includes dozens of authentic Mexican dishes and all of the meals that the Riveras offer to their loved ones on the other side!
Coco: The Official Cookbook features step-by-step instructions and full-color images so cocineros of any age or skill level can learn to prepare traditional Mexican treats, such as churros and tamales, for serving to family and friends at the table or placing on the ofrenda for those who have crossed to the other side.
INSPIRED BY COCO: Includes recipes for dishes and delicacies featured in the Pixar film Coco.
EASY-TO-FOLLOW MEXICAN RECIPES: Learn how to prepare traditional Mexican treats such as churros, pan dulce, and more.
MEALS FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY: Family-oriented Mexican recipes for every meal that will satisfy your loved ones in the Land of the Living and the Land of the Dead!
STUNNING IMAGES: Full-color photography of finished recipes and Mexican decorations to help ensure success.
INSPIRED BY DIA DE LOS MUERTOS: Inspired by the holiday Día de Los Muertos (Day of the Dead), these recipes show you how to make the food featured in Disney’s Coco and on real-life ofrendas.
COMPLETE YOUR DISNEY COOKBOOK COLLECTION: Pair a meal from Coco: The Official Cookbook with recipes from Insight Editions’ delightful line of Disney cookbooks, including Alice in Wonderland: The Official Cookbook, Nightmare Before Christmas: The Official Cookbook and Entertaining Guide, Disney Villains: Devilishly Delicious Cookbook, and Disney Princess: Healthy Treats Cookbook.
Gino Garcia is a Latinx chef, educator, recipe developer, and writer based in the Land of the Living – specifically in Seattle, Washington. His work focuses mostly on the regional cuisines and cultures of Mexico, where his familial roots are.
He earned a Culinary Degree from Seattle Central Culinary Academy and has worked in nearly every type of kitchen in the food industry, but his true love is in the exploration and understanding of Latin American Foodways. Gino has hosted pop-ups and guest chef events, and his culinary creations have been featured in the Seattle Times, Mexico In My Pocket, Chicano Eats, and the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center. Prior to entering the food scene, he worked in the public health sector on issues such as improving nutrition and food access in immigrant and BIPOC communities.
Though he has watched Coco countless times, Gino cries every single time without fail and continues to fall deeper in love with this magical film. You can follow Gino on Instagram @ MextizoPNW.