piloncillo. of course i bought 3 kg of it.
we had pozole at la casa de toño twice. so good.
beautiful candle shop in puebla.
there are rotisseries everywhere. the street food--aaron wouldn't let me have any--was incredible looking.
i was obsessed with these huge, sad piñatas near our casita, left over from the holidays.
beans in puebla. the heirloom bean situation is out of control. of course i bought a few kilos of those, too.
it wasn't squash blossom season, but we saw a few here and there.
banana leaves for tamales.
quinceñera dress shop.
octopus at contramar.
i spent the last morning with several huge diego rivera murals.
more natural dyes.
Tamales at Tamales Emporio
Pozole at La Casa de Toño
La Merced Market for anything and everything--we bought old cleavers, linens, spoons, mole paste, chiles, dried beans, piloncillo, and all sorts of other stuff there and we barely made a dent.
Juice and Tortas at Jugos Canadá: Get guanabana juice and squeeze in a bunch of lime.