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    1. La Potosina

      Dear Vero,
      Thank you for re-blogging my post on Zacahuil, have you tried this dish? I highly recommend it! I see that you also enjoy Mexican food, I love your food creations and decorations, they remind me of Mexican dishes I see when I go back to Mexico. I see you are on Instagram so I’ll be following your food adventures!

      1. Vero and Canito in the kitchen

        Hello!! You are very welcome. It is beautiful post. I have not tried it yet, but whenever I am back to Mexico, I definitely will. I really do enjoy Mexican food as I have my husband´s family over there. Thank you very much for you amazing words! ❤

  1. A Wise Crone's Wanderings & Wonderings

    traveling to the Huasteca area in March! Looking forward to trying this giant tamale! Gracias. I enjoy your blog so much!

    1. La Potosina

      That’s great! I hope you have good time in La Huasteca, March is a good time to visit it won’t be as hot and not that many tourists as in April. Thank you for visiting my blog!

  2. MLL69

    Looks good although… I am not sure if I could eat it (I don’t like super spicy food). I do like Mexican food, though. Once I visited San Antonio, Texas, and I was taken to this restaurant housed in a former gas station, it was a family owned restaurant, definitely not a chain. Really good stuff.

    1. La Potosina

      Really? I hear San Antonio, Texas has good Mexican restaurants. I know zacahuil looks very spicy, but it’s the chile sauce that makes it look red. I personally think it’s mild not very spicy. Hope you get to try it to see for yourself!

      1. MLL69

        I will, some day. I am planning to return to the US soon, and as soon as I do, I hope to visit Mexico. I did spend one day in Tijuana many years ago, when I lived in California, and did not like it at all. But then, I know Mexico is far more than that.

      2. La Potosina

        Definitely Mexico is more than that, I would recommend the cities in central Mexico such as in Guanajuato, Guadalajara, San Luis Potosi, and Zacatecas if you like history and architecture.

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