A woman toasts chiles on a comal in a small Zapotec village near Oaxaca city. She will later grind the chiles to a fine paste using her metate and mano, then add masa to make the famous mole amarillo. (It was delicious)
4 Mexican Tools To Bring home from Mexico. A comal. (pictured) This flat disc is the Mexican kitchen workhorse — it’ll char your tomatoes or poblano peppers, toast your chiles for salsas, and produce the crispiest, crunchiest quesadillas.
"Hard work is painful when life is devoid of purpose. But when you live for something greater than yourself ., then hard work becomes a labor of love." ~ Steve Pavlina * Image: Making tortillas the way it has been done for many years.