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Market Monday – Mercado Jamaica

Market Monday – Mercado Jamaica

Mercado Jamaica is the biggest whole sale market for flowers in Mexico City. [...]

Trip to the State of Hidalgo

Trip to the State of Hidalgo

Two photosets of my last road trip to the state of Hidalgo for the Tamal and Atole Festival and barbacoa tasting. [...]

Market Monday – Sullivan Tianguis a Photoset

Market Monday – Sullivan Tianguis a Photoset

In Mexico the most mundane of activities, food shopping for example, can be a great experience and adventure. You just have to open your senses to take in all the colors, sounds, tastes and aromas of [...]

Dried Chiles

Dried Chiles

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Mercado San Cosme

Mercado San Cosme

Mercado San Cosme, just like Colonia San Rafael, may have seen better days, but it’s still a very nice market that exemplifies markets throughout Mexico and Mexico City. [...]

Foodbuzz 24×24: A day in Xochimilco

Foodbuzz 24×24: A day in Xochimilco

Xochimilco is the last remaining trace of a lost empire. Its people, food, religion, canals and way of living might have been influenced by the outside world, but the core of Xochimilco remains intact. This community [...]

Wordless Wednesday: Acocil Crayfish

Wordless Wednesday: Acocil Crayfish

Acocil, Mexican crayfish, was a very important nutrition source of the ancient Mexican Aztec culture. Now this kind of crayfish is consumed (mainly boiled) and prepared with typically Mexican sauces or condiments in central and southern [...]

Tulyehualco Market and The 40th Olive and Joy Fair

Tulyehualco Market and The 40th Olive and Joy Fair

Tulyehualco is technically part of Mexico City, but going there feels like going to the country side. People are very friendly and willing to share their knowledge and stories with strangers. The rush and stress of [...]

Market Monday: Xochimilco

Market Monday: Xochimilco

A culinary and historical tour to Xochimilco, Mexico. [...]