Another delicious treat from Mexico’s streets is the elotes preparados, sold everywhere in any city by eloteros pushing their wheeled carts.
Raspados or raspas are a type of ice-based dessert, traditionally made by shaving a block of ice and adding flavoured syrup, though modern (and faster) versions use a blender to make ice chunks.
What in other parts of the World is a deadly disease, the Aztecs considered a gift from the gods.
Racism is alive and well in Mexico. Here’s why and how.
Because this city is different.
What it was another method of making the tough skin of a pig edible, has become the perfect snack in the northern States of Mexico: chicharrones de cerdo.
Holy cards, also known as prayer cards or mass cards, are small printings of devotional scenes, religious iconography and saints, typically palm-sized. The reverse usually has a prayer, either asking for divine intercession or commemorating special moments… Read more “Holy cards – Estampitas religiosas”
Called tlaxcalli in náhuatl, this flat round bread made from cornmeal or flour is the staple food of Mexico, as bread is in Europe or rice is in Asia.