notes from the mexican kitchen

Now Streaming: Mexico One Plate at a Time!

One of the most frequent questions we get here at Frontera HQ is “how can I watch the new season of Rick’s TV show?”

We have an answer. Two answers, actually.

The new episodes are available on many PBS networks across the country, sometimes airing twice over the course of the week. We recommend checking your local listings at the PBS website. And if you’re still doing the DVR thing, set it, forget it and watch at your leisure.

The other option is streaming.

We are streaming episodes here on the the Season 12 companion page, where you’ll also find episode recipes and information on the markets, restaurants and street vendors featured in the show. We’re adding new shows once a week.

Also worth noting: you can stream Seasons 8-11 at the TV Season archive page.


  1. What was the name of the beautiful restaurant you had ceviche at in Mexico City? It had table clothes and I believe it was a convertedhome. The waiters had tuxedos and you loved their margarita and how it was served..
    thank you. We watch your show all the time.

  2. In one moment I fell in love with Rick and his program. I lived in Chiapas , Mexico each winter for 10 years while operating my adventure travel business and developing an appreciation for the Hispanic people and their foods from 1985 .

    I happened upon his program on KERA featuring his recipes for the tamale and had to find where to watch more episodes and to buy his Mexico One Day at a Time cook book

    Thank you Rick for exploring and sharing. I live in Texas so doubt I’ll be in Chicago to visit your restaurant but I will explore and hopefully delight my friends and myself with your recipes

    Muchas Gracias me amego siempre,
    Me Si Jarboe

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