This website hopes to be a window to the pre-Hispanic world, its kitchens, ingredients, utensils, eating habits, the fascinating relationship between the ancient inhabitants their environment and their vision revolving around food. We want to appreciate centuries of knowledge, history and tradition. We are hoping we can bring joy to your kitchens and palates by sharing our love for the different Mexican pre-Hispanic cultures.
Mah anquipiah ce cualtzin cemilhuitl (Have a nice day)
There is no more colorful, ancient or tastier experience than going to the tianguis (open-air market). It is a great public festival, native in origin and in essence. Close your eyes … imagine … Orderly organized on the ground and on mats the most varied and fresh vegetables lay. So fresh that it is a pleasure to see them. Tomatoes, tomatillos, beans of all sizes and colors, vegetable pear, Malabar gourds, nopal, squash and naturally, corn in grain or on the cob. Read more.