Tagged: food

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Street food

Mexicans often eat in the street where mouthwatering dishes are being prepared on almost every corner all day long. 

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The sausage stand

A man peers through a curtain of green, red and pink sausages and chorizos at a butcher’s stand in the Mercado de La Cruz, Queretaro. Green chorizos are traditionally from Toluca and the color is...

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“Fast food” on the street

  A typical street scene in Mexico where people set up their own little “fast food” stand on the pavement and serve the nearby workers with jugos, tacos, quesadillas or whatever. This photo was...

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Mexican chillies

A stand selling chillies in the Mercado San Juan, in Mexico City. Many different varieties of chilli peppers are used in in Mexican cooking. Dried chillies often have a different name from the fresh...

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Tip Nº9 – Photographing markets

Fruit and vegetable stall in Tepotzlán, Estado de México Mexican markets are amazing places to photograph. Whether street markets, known as “tianguis”, or indoor markets, they are vibrant places, full of color, people, products...

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The colors of corn

Corn is intrinsic to Mexican culture and comes in a wide variety of colors and sizes, and is used to make tortillas, one of the staple foods of Mexico.

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Open-air market stall

Mexican markets are always full of color and mouth-watering food. Here a lady sits in front of carefully piled-up mounds of fruit and vegetable, waiting for someone to buy her wares. (Malinalco, Estado de...

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Snacking on fried grasshoppers

Along the streets or even in upscale restaurants, crispy fried grasshoppers or chapulines are sold as a tasty snack alongside crisps and peanuts or part of the meal. Sometimes they are doused in chilli powder and...

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Fast food Mexican style

Mexicans eat out a lot. Not necessarily in restaurants but standing at the ever-present food stands lining most streets. The smell of food being cooked is all it takes to lure passers-by to the...