As other Mexican regional cuisines, the cuisine of Jalisco is a product of the mix of Spaniards with Indigenous people. Many of its dishes are part of the greater Mexican gastronomy, albeit with their own regional twists. It was a fun cuisine to explore, even if I didn't end up cooking some of its most famous dishes such as birria, which I skipped because I couldn't make up my mind as to which of the many, many variations I'd try.
This is what I made:
Other regional Mexican cuisines: Aguascalientes, Campechana, Chiapan, Chihuahuan, Cohauilense, Duranguense, Guanajuato, Hidalguense