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Michoacán 2013 - ladap

Michoacán 2013 - ladap

Beautifully embroidered aprons from Oaxaca, Photo credit: Lola’s Cocina

This month, I am introducing the first in a series of guides to Mexico and will begin with three of my favorite market days in Oaxaca. Mercados, or open-air markets, offer insights into the …

Salsa Verde Chicken Chili – An incredibly comforting chicken chili made with shredded chicken and white beans and cooked in a hearty salsa verde broth. Omit beans for Paleo or Keto

Salsa Verde Chicken Chili An incredibly comforting chicken. Salsa Verde Chicken Chili An incredibly comforting chicken chili made with shredded chicken and white beans and cooked in a hearty salsa verde broth

Niñas would love to take a picture of my girls like this just for fun. with braids and aprons. love it!

chapultepek: “While enjoying ice cream, this little girl really hams it up for the camera. Her friend? Much more demure. Both girls were part of the Children’s Torito and Traditional Dance Concurso.

Maya Women and children of Chiapas Mexico | The women of a small village in the Selva Tzeltal of Chiapas wear colorful dresses and aprons

Maya Women and Children of Chiapas México ~ The women of a small village in the Selva Tzeltal of Chiapas wear colorful dresses and aprons

Mexican Calendar Girl Post Cards

Mexican Calendar Girl Post Cards - Mexican Calendar Girls the golden age of…

Puebla, Mexico  Reminds me of my mom and summer vacations to Mexico

Puebla, Mexico Reminds me of my mom and summer vacations to Mexico

como es embrague otomí turquesa con pompones y borlas por CasaOtomi

as is Otomi Turquoise clutch with pompoms and hand embroidered tassels

Mexican Calender Art

Calendar girl by Armando Drechsler - Mexican Calendar Girls the golden age of…

These are examples of the ancient Mexican garment known as a quechquemitl, or closed-shoulder cape. The ones in this photo from the Ciudadela artesanias market in Mexico City were made in the Nahua region of Hueyapan, Puebla. More of a pixalated cross stitch style.

These are examples of the ancient Mexican garment known as a quechquemitl, or closed-shoulder cape for sale at a market in Tampico, Mexico.

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