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The jugo energetico is exactly that: pip, verve buzz, a jolt of pure energy. After I run I swing by the market and pick one up, and Angelita of Jugos Angelita chats with me about the weather and the latest fiestas in Oaxaca.
It’s impossible to talk of Mexican cuisine without an ode to corn. No, not the bland, lifeless white corn you might imagine in the U.S, but rather meaty, hearty, sustaining corn pressed into thin or thick tortillas and warmed on a clay grill, steamed to sweet perfection in tamales, fried into crispy tostadas or perhaps filling out a pozole in the form of crunchy, grainy hominy. There are hundreds of varieties of corn here, from yellow to blue and… Continue