Archive for 'Tag Archives: 'Street Food''

Happy New Year!

Happy New Year!

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 [...]

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. [...]

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. [...]

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. [...]

Wordless Wednesday – Seafood Quesadillas

Wordless Wednesday – Seafood Quesadillas

Part of the Eat Mexico Mezcal Tour [...]

A World of Tacos

A World of Tacos

In Mexico, taco is more than a simple dish. Taco is a verb (taquear literally means to taco), a way to eat. [...]

Elotes and Esquites

Elotes and Esquites

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. [...]

Fried Quesadillas (Coyoacan Style)

Fried Quesadillas (Coyoacan Style)

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 [...]