A Culinary Tour of Mexico City

I recently spent 72 hours in Mexico City with our new culinary advisor to experience the culinary wonderland we know as la Cuidad de Mexico.

Click here for the Food Republic article of our trip.

See below for some more pics that I though you’d enjoy.  Please note: there are some shots at the markets that you may not be used to seeing in American grocery stores.

Tacos al Pastor at El Fogoncito


Rabbits at Mercado de San Juan


Butcher at Mercado de San Juan


Spiny Lobster at Mercado de San Juan


Unformed chicken eggs at Mercado de San Juan


Cabrito tacos from a street vendor


Cabrito tacos from a street vendor

Freshly made tortillas


Blue corn quesadillas from a street vendor


Chickens at Mercado de la Merced


Chicken at Mercado de la Merced


Intestines at Mercado de la Merced


Sausage at Mercado de la Merced


Intestines at Mercado de la Merced


Cabezas at Mercado de la Merced


Nopales pads at Mercado de la Merced


Fresh huitlacoche at Mercado de la Merced

Beans at Mercado de la Merced


A lil bit of everything at Mercado de la Merced


Grasshoppers at Mercado de la Merced


Selling casuelas outside Mercado de la Merced

Potato chips from a street vendor


El Camino Real in Polanco

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4 responses to “A Culinary Tour of Mexico City

  1. wow, sheree! amazing photos as usual. would like to say i wish i had been there but i’m not too sure…ugh. may definitely become a vegetarian! are you still shooting with the same nikon?

  2. thanks, anna! the markets are pretty gory but i still think there’s so much beauty there. yes, still shooting with the nikon d5000. it works fine but i’d love to get a new camera with an amazing lens. i’ll add that to my wish list :)

  3. Sheree, wonderful photos!

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