In Mexico City, A Technicolor Borough Serves Up Tasty Street Foods — On Water

Via Alex Zaragoza for NPR

Via Alex Zaragoza for NPR

As you float down the canals that once were inhabited by the Aztec and other indigenous communities, you’re treated to the smell of frying oil from boats selling quesadillas or the steam from boats selling elote (roasted corn smothered in butter, crema, cotija cheese, lime and hot sauce). And when you’re hungry, the boats will feed you and ply you with beer.

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