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Wordless Wednesday – Ice Cream in Downtown Mexico City

Wordless Wednesday – Ice Cream in Downtown Mexico City

Delicious ice cream on the streets of downtown Mexico City [...]

Street Food Saturday – Tlacoyos

Street Food Saturday – Tlacoyos

Tlacoyo is a Mexican antojito (snack) very popular in central Mexico. They are corn masa paddies stuffed with beans, cheese or fava beans and topped with cactus paddies and salsa. [...]

D.F.’s Floating Gardens

D.F.’s Floating Gardens

If only 5% of the Xochimilco chinampas were restored for ecological agriculture, it could feed the city, roughly 25 million people, for 30 years. [...]

Market Monday – Mercado Jamaica

Market Monday – Mercado Jamaica

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

Street Food Saturday – Pambazos

Street Food Saturday – Pambazos

Pambazo is a Mexican sandwich made with bread soaked in guaijllo sauce and filled with papas con chorizo. [...]

Wordless Wednesday – Mezcal

Wordless Wednesday – Mezcal

Pictures taken on the Eat Mexico Late Night Taco Tour [...]

Street Food Saturday – Seafood Quesadillas and Tostadas

Street Food Saturday – Seafood Quesadillas and Tostadas

Seafood is one of the many choices available in the streets of Mexico City. These tostadas and quesadillas are the best I've had in the city. [...]

The Ice Cream Fair and Grilled Nopales

The Ice Cream Fair and Grilled Nopales

The ice cream fair is held in Plaza Quirino Mendoza in Tulyehualco, part of the Xochimilco borough, from March 30th to April 10th, 2012. [...]

Wordless Wednesday – Chinampas

Wordless Wednesday – Chinampas

Last Saturday I went with a group of friends to a tour of las chinampas, floating gardens and farms, in Xochimilco. The tour is offered by De La Chinampa, a company that connects consumers with local [...]

Pozole and Mexico City’s Best Kept Secret

Pozole and Mexico City’s Best Kept Secret

Pozole is a ceremonial dish made with cacahuazintle corn and served with pork or chicken. It's a stew, or soup, that has been served in Mexico for thousands of years. [...]