Hotel La Casona De Tita
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... the market, the air thick and heavy with smoke and the delicious scents of roasting food. Here meats of all varieties were strung up at various stalls and in between each was located a charcoal grill filled with glowing coals. We walked up to a stall, bartered for some paper thin slices of beef (here called tasajo) and watched with our mouths watering as they laid it out on the grill and placed our onions and chiles on the coals to roast. When the ...
... as ever with the most useless amount of Spanish, however this time I had practiced a fee basic sentences as I knew I had to speak to the security guards to melt me in. The building was just behind the National Palace and the Cathedral in the Zócolo and I found it no problem. With much smiling, a few words and si, gracias, por favour I went through the security gates, signed in and was in....two large courtyards on three levels with the most ...
... in a pit fire for a week 3 tons of the heart are used at once.
Then ground with a mule turning the heavy stone.
Filled ½ hot water and ½ cold water. Allowed to ferment ...
10 small or 5 medium chiles of any of the following types:
(dried) chile pasilla Oaxaqueña
(fresh) chile de agua (possibly similar to Hungarian wax pepper)
(fresh) chile poblano
1 branches of epazote, about 20 leaves
3 - 4 eggs
½ c. vegetable ...
... became very clear. I quickly made it to the middle and sat down. The view was magnificent. The photos don't do it justice; quiet honestly they look pretty bad compared to the real thing. It was relaxing, and worth the risk in my mind. LIKE THE IDIOT I AM, I did not have my GoPro with me. This was my first chance to use it and I didn't have it, that is the first and ONLY time I will make that mistake. Believe me. I made my way down, almost slipping. Walking home I ...