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Land of the Seven Moles

Photograph by TrujilloPaumier. Oaxaca, Food, Photography, Tattoos, The New Yorker

San Diego's Best Latin Restaurants & Street Food

Aqui Es Texcoco in San Diego is apparently certified by the Mexican Government as authentic Mexican food. Well I know where I want to go!

Inspiration! Butcher shop outside the 20th of November Market, Oaxaca (photo by Jennifer Steen Booher)

Butcher shop outside the of November Market, Oaxaca (photo by Jennifer Steen Booher)

Tamales with pork and amarillo (yellow) mole in Oaxaca

Tamales with pork and amarillo (yellow) mole in Oaxaca

La Teca; Oaxaca, Mexico  In the humblest of settings, with the humblest of ingredients, Deyanira makes the noblest food. La Teca is less of a restaurant and more of a supper club that Deyanira runs out of her home. There, she makes authentic Oaxacan dishes, like sweet and smokey chipotle peppers stuffed with beef and dried fruits. The fat peppers arrived cradled in freshly pressed white corn tortillas with a side of boiled potatoes dressed with a warm cheese crema.

The Ulterior Epicure's 25 Best Dishes of 2012

La Teca; Oaxaca, Mexico In the humblest of settings, with the humblest of ingredients, Deyanira makes the noblest food. La Teca is less of a restaurant and more of a supper club that Deyanira runs out of her home. There, she makes authentic Oaxacan dishes, like sweet and smokey chipotle peppers stuffed with beef and dried fruits. The fat peppers arrived cradled in freshly pressed white corn tortillas with a side of boiled potatoes dressed with a warm cheese crema.

Two of our favorite things: coffee and chocolate - The Oaxaca Collection

Two of our favorite things: coffee and chocolate - The Oaxaca Collection

Food fiesta in #Oaxaca #Mexico Memelas, tamales oaxaqueños, chorizo, frijoles refritos, tasajo, carne cesina, etc!

Food fiesta in #Oaxaca #Mexico Memelas, tamales oaxaqueños, chorizo, frijoles refritos, tasajo, carne cesina, etc!

Coming alive to celebrate the dead in Oaxaca

Manchamanteles in Oaxaca -   Oaxaca claims seven distinct moles, or sauces based on complex spice pastes. Of these, manchamanteles is one of the most delicious. The name means "tablecloth stainer," a nod to the deep red sauce that's usually served with beef or pork.    Where: Manchamanteles is a typical Sunday-lunch dish. Seek out more formal restaurants in Oaxaca's capital city, and wear a shirt you can afford to lose.    Photo: A woman makes tortillas in Oaxaca, Mexico

Manchamanteles in Oaxaca - Oaxaca claims seven distinct moles, or sauces based on complex spice pastes. Of these, manchamanteles is one of the most delicious. The name means "tablecloth stainer," a nod to the deep red sauce that's usually served with beef or pork. Where: Manchamanteles is a typical Sunday-lunch dish. Seek out more formal restaurants in Oaxaca's capital city, and wear a shirt you can afford to lose. Photo: A woman makes tortillas in Oaxaca, Mexico

Tejate, Mercado de Villa de Etla. Oaxaca, México

Tejate, Mercado de Villa de Etla. Oaxaca, México

Casa Oaxaca: gordita of duck carnitas, ricotta-stuffed squash blossom, hierba Santa taquito with chapulin sauce

Casa Oaxaca: gordita of duck carnitas, ricotta-stuffed squash blossom, hierba Santa taquito with chapulin sauce

costume detail by Andrea Aragon

The Queen by Andrea Aragón

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