How one Maya chef is preserving one of the oldest forms of barbecue

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Rosalía Chay is one of the few chefs in Mexico who still cooks using an underground oven called a pib to make cochinita pibil. Maya people in the Yucatán Peninsula have prepared it this way since at least 400 AD. But people have abandoned these traditions, swapping pibs for modern stoves.

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