Mexican Power: a tribute to my cultureToday I went to the market, and I bought some Huitlacoche, Huanzontles, Corn Dough, Epazote and Cougette Flowers. My mother was going to cook some quesadillas for dinner. When I arrived I told her that I really love to eat huitlacoche and I just love when it's the season for it. I helped her to cook and then I realized that Mexican food si really awesome.Mexican Power: a tribute to my culture by fiyeropip
You know REAL mexican food not crappy mexican food from your mall's food court (tacos aren't crispy and filled with yellow cheese you know?).
I used to be the average mexican guy who's not so in touch with his culture, more like embracing USA's culture and trying to ignore mine; I feel ashamed of that, in the past months I've been thinking how great my country is. and much I love it.
A culture with a free spirit that runs like a waterfall, going trough a river and ending in an ocean of feelings and hospitality.
Brave men who smell like baked clay and huitlacoche, with talavera Skin, short hair made of ground coffee grains.
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