On June this year, American comedian screenwriter, and director Rob Schneider, who started as a stand-up comic and is a veteran of the NBC iconic sketch comedy series Saturday Night Live, has shown numerous times his love for Mexico, which started thanks to his Yucatecan wife Patricia Azarcoya.
In a video uploaded on his social networks, the star of films such as Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo, and “Grown Ups” showed that his love for our country also has a very regional and, especially, Yucatecan touch, as he shared with his followers what he was preparing in his kitchen: Frijol con Puerco (beans with pork).
In the video, his wife Patricia, born and raised in Mérida, explains to her husband what the traditional dish consists of.
“What’s that, Mami?” Asked the 54-year-old actor, to which the Mexican responded “Frijol con Puerco… with cilantro, radish and onion”.
He also showed, to the astonishment of many of his followers, a container with habanero pepper sauce, emphasizing that it is very hot and spicy, but very tasty.
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