Archive for 'Tag Archives: 'Street Food''
Ok, maybe it’s a little late for that, but I want to wish all my readers and followers (are there any left out there?) a prosperous and happy 2013. I’ve been busy doing other projects and [...]
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. [...]
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. [...]
Esquites is boiled, toasted or fried corn kernels with epazote, and onion, adding salt, lime juice, chilli powder and mayonnaise when serving. Simple, yet decadent and delicious, Mexican street food. [...]
One of the very first places we visited in Mexico City when Jon and I moved there in 2004 was Coyoacan. Coyoacan (which means place where they have coyotes in Nahuatl) is a colonial neighborhood in [...]