One of the products of my recent trip to Oaxaca: digging into one of the most delicious Mexican street foods

One of the products of my recent trip to Oaxaca: digging into one of the most delicious Mexican street foods, the tlayuda. Check out my latest for New Worlder, which gives some history as well as a recipe from the current Top Chef México, Rodolfo Castellanos. Big thanks to my amiga Vianney Rodriguez for hooking us up with gorgeous photos.

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9 thoughts on “One of the products of my recent trip to Oaxaca: digging into one of the most delicious Mexican street foods”

    1. Veronica Hernandez sounds like a date, we’ll tack it on to the list of 928726263 other things we have to do jejejeje

  1. Nice writing, and sounds like a delicious subject. I love the thicker corn-based platforms like the sope, looking forward to putting one of these in my pie hole.

    1. Thanks for reading code mannnnn. This isn’t as thick as a sope but can be folded many times over to achieve required girth. I don’t know if one can get it in SD (doubt it, our regional mex isn’t great) but we def can in TJ. 15 min road trip, activate!

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