jlawrence, thanks so much for posting this link, it is
really cool. As the author says, it doesn't give recipes, just step-by-step photographs of a good cook making pozole, gorditas, etc. in a town in Durango state. I loved the kitchen photos, and also the pictures of life in Lerdo. (You should let the guy know that his website is now listed on LTH Forum!
Speaking of web sites for Mexican food, one I like is the recipes section of Mexico Desconocido. It's divided into type of food (antojitos, main courses, drinks, sweets, bakery) and then within each category by state. Not all the states are represented (I guess only those the magazine has done an article on) but there are some interesting regional dishes I've never seen in the standard cookbooks available here. Plus some nice photos!
Here's the link for the Spanish version of the gastronomy section:
http://www.mexicodesconocido.com/espano ... y_edo=true
The English side of the website is not as extensive -- there are some general essays about the cuisine of certain states, but not the full range of recipes available in Spanish, though they promise more is coming soon.
http://www.mexicodesconocido.com/englis ... y_edo=true