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Veracruz Food

Veracruze Food

Mexican street food is some of the most delicious food in the world. Mexico's version of fast food that is found in Villages, Towns & City's. 
No matter where I've been in the world, street food has given me the opportunity to see food being cooked and to try what I like the look of. I always make a point of stopping at random food stalls and markets in any city or village I'm in. This is where the locals are and where the everyday people gather. 

Picardes Veracruz:

For breakfast. Picardes: Tortillas with hot sauce, cheese, onion and beans.

With empanadas


  1. That look really I want to eat and I'm on a diet!!

  2. I have to tell you Liza, when I came bake from Veracruz after 4 weeks. I was a little over weight and I am not talking about the souvenirs in my suitcase :)


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