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Street Food Tour in Oaxaca! — Trying Delicious Southern Mexican Food

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Street Food Tour in Oaxaca! — Trying Delicious Southern Mexican Food

Guided by locals from Oaxaca City, today we try a variety of incredible Mexican foods!
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EXTREME Mexican Street Food in Oaxaca | INSANE Mexican Street Food Tour in Oaxaca, Mexico

Mexican Street Food in Oaxaca, Mexico, is some of the BEST street food in the world! Today we are traveling to Oaxaca to go on a MASSIVE street food tour in Oaxaca and try some AMAZING street food in Mexico!

You can join me (Trevor James, The Food Ranger) and travel to Oaxaca in this street food tour vlog as we taste 5 amazing street foods DEEP in a local market outside of Oaxaca. Mexican street food is some of the best in the world, so we travelled here to eat and try as much as we could, and it was truly amazing! You will fall in love with the huge variety of spicy street foods on this street food tour, like tacos, tlayudas, amazing mexican BBQ beef and chorizo sausage, and big plump torta sandwiches.

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We're going DEEP to try it all in this video, trying out spicy salsas in the local market and traveling to taste a lot of Mexican specialties! Just watching the cooking in the market will blow you away, there is so much to taste and try around every corner.

We visited the tlacolula Sunday street food market outside of Oaxaca to try some local, authentic Mexican foods and found a big street with tons of different vendors all lined up serving a huge variety of different foods to taste.

Here is a list of the foods we found at the market outside of Oaxaca, Mexico:

1) MESSY Carnitas tacos - served with a selection of 3 different spicy salsas and with two corn tortillas to keep all the JUICY pork meat inside! Super delicious!
2) BIG stuffed and folded over tortilla known as the tlayuda, a true Oaxacan food specialty! It was served with Oaxacan string cheese, salsa, guacamole, and spicy chorizo sausage
3) Delicious Mexican BBQ - Here we found the meat lane, serving up a ton of different different cuts of meat, from thinly sliced beef and pork to the amazing and spicy chorizo sausage, it was all super delicious!

4) Cow foot soup also known as caldo de pata, made with a rich tomato broth full of spices and served with nice jelly like cow feet, this was definitely a must try dish in Oaxaca!

5) Super plump pork sandwich bun. This was made from pork head meat and was super delicious when drizzled in the slightly spicy salsa verde! Very tasty and worth trying!

These are just some of the foods you can try in Oaxaca, Mexico. You could travel here and spend years trying new foods, it really is that delicious!

ABOUT THE FOOD RANGER

My name is Trevor James and I'm a hungry traveler and Mandarin learner that's currently living in Chengdu, Szechuan, China, eating up as much delicious street food as I can . I enjoy tasting and documenting as many dishes as I can and I'm going to make videos for YOU along the way! Over the next few years, I'm going to travel around the world and document as much food as I can for you! I love delicious food! This channel will show you real Chinese food and real local food, not that stuff they serve in the Buzzfeed challenge.

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Mexican Food MEAT NINJA | Trying to Eat A WHOLE 80 KG Lamb ⚔️The Most SATISFYING Mexican Street Food

We're trying to eat a WHOLE Lamb in Mexico, one of the most SATISFYING Mexican Street Foods, the Barbacoa! We found the Mexican Food NINJA, who is cooking a full 80 KG Lamb for us to try, cutting and butchering the lamb with amazing speed and precision, and covered in a spicy chili sauce from HEAVEN!

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01:44 Enjoying a HUGE Mexican Breakfast, The Mexican Food Arrives
02:41 Trying out the Mole Coloradito, one of Oaxaca's 7 Famous Moles, served with frijoles refried beans and rice
03:39 Meeting up with my Mexican friend Javier, who is taking us to the huge barbacoa restaurant
04:32 First time seeing the huge Barbacoa lamb hanging there, ready to butcher
05:04 Watching the Mexican Barbacoa being butchered, the Mexican Food MEAT NINJA begins!
07:08 Beginning to marinade the lamb meat in a spicy chili sauce
09:06 Placing the barbacoa lamb pots in the underground oven
10:04 Pulling out the barbacoa from the underground oven
11:02 Pulling the foil off of the pot and looking at the juicy barbacoa meat, especially the lamb skull
13:02 Taking the first bite of the juiciest most succulent lamb barbacoa from heaven
14:02 tasting the lamb tongue, even juicier than the regular meat!
14:36 Trying the lamb blood pudding
15:20 Packing the rest up and serving to hungry people on the street

In this satisfying street food video, we're traveling to Oaxaca, Mexico, to taste the world famous Barbacoa Lamb, cooked underground whole and served to us whole! Mexico is a true MEAT HEAVEN, especially when it comes to juicy, spicy lamb that you can find right on the street!

Barbacoa is a famous Lamb dish found all throughout Mexico, and we were super lucky to watch the cooking process of one of the most famous Mexican cuisines. When we walked up, we saw the whole lamb hanging there ready to butcher and cut into smaller pieces. In Mexico, sometimes goat is used, but the process is always similar. It is cut up and covered in a chili sauce or a garlic salt and then put underground to slowly cook for about 3 hours. This was the best Mexican food I've ever tried!

To start the day off, I first tried a Mexican breakfast, and then met up with my friend Javier who brought me to the famous Barbacoa restaurant to watch the lamb recipe and the entire cooking process. it was the most amazing, satisfying street food to watch cooking!

Here is the address to the two Mexican food places we visited in this street food video:

1) Huge Mexican Breakfast including Eggs and Mole Coloradito @ Comedor Juanita, Tlacolula, Oaxaca, Mexico

2) Whole Lamb Barbacoa @ El Sazonde La Abuela Restaurant in Tlacolula, Oaxaca, Mexico

ABOUT THE FOOD RANGER

My name is Trevor James and I'm a hungry traveler and Mandarin learner that's currently living in Chengdu, Szechuan, China, eating up as much delicious street food as I can . I enjoy tasting and documenting as many dishes as I can and I'm going to make videos for YOU along the way! Over the next few years, I'm going to travel around the world and document as much food as I can for you! I love delicious food! This channel will show you real Chinese food and real local food, not that stuff they serve in the Buzzfeed challenge.

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OAXACA FOOD VLOG | Tlayudas, Tamales, Mezcal + The BEST Food In MEXICO! | Travel Vlog

Join me for a day in Oaxaca City in the Oaxaca region of Mexico! Mexico is famous for its food and Oaxaca may just have the BEST food in Mexico. Oaxaca is known in particular for its coffee, its chocolate and its mezcal - three of the best things to eat and drink in Mexico! - so you know your tastebuds are in for a treat when you visit.

In this travel vlog, I have 24 hours in Oaxaca and I want to try all the best Mexican food and famous foods from the Oaxaca region of Mexico.

We start the day with a breakfast of Tamales, which is a popular Mexican street food made of corn, and a Oaxacan hot chocolate. Then I need a caffeine fix so we head to an amazing cafe in one of the main squares of Oaxaca City. For lunch, we head to Mercado 20 de noviembre and try tlayudas. Tlayudas are like a cross between a giant taco and a pizza, and they're delicious but VERY messy! Finally, we head to a restaurant on the main square of Oaxaca (apparently named the best restaurant in Oaxaca!) for some mole and Oaxacan style chicken wings. We finish of the night at a mezcal bar called La Mezcalerita, where I have a very interesting grasshopper margherita.

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HUGE Street Food TOUR in Mexico City! DEEP ADVENTURE into the BEST Street Food in Mexico!

We went for a full on Mexican street food tour in Mexico City and discovered the BEST street food! We found a crazy SCORPION salad, an INSANE street food challenge! There was also an amazing Mexican Sandwich, cut in half and covered in a tomato sauce from HEAVEN! It was one of the BEST street food sandwiches I’ve tried. It was cut and prepared super FAST, I was so surprised.

We also had some amazing Mexican street food beef head tacos covered in a super SPICY and delicious salsa AKA tacos de cabeza!

We were so lucky to have Eduardo showing us around and taking us to the BEST street food in Mexico City!

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In this street food tour vlog, Eduardo from La Ruta De Garnacha is taking us for a full on street food tour of Mexico City, even eating scorpions and other strange insects like grasshoppers, ants, and beetles, all covered in lime, salt, and mescal, a true Mexican insect salad!

The best street food we found in Mexico City, was definitely the cow head tacos and the esquites corn soup with CHICKEN FEET! Both were so TASTY! The beef head tacos AKA tacos de cabeza were incredibly juicy and slightly spicy with fresh home made salsa. Served to hungry travelers to Mexico City, and street food adventure people like us, they really hit the spot!

We started our street food tour in Mexico in Mexico city, eating a ton of delicious street food in Part 1, 2, and 3 here:





After filming and eating all of these street foods in Mexico City for part 1 and part 2, we spent another day on a street food adventure trying to eat even more street foods! There are so many famous street foods to try in Mexico City, and in this street food adventure vlog we ate 5!

In Part 1, 2, and 3, we ate so many delicious foods, like the famous Mexican Street Breakfast Tamales, tons of AMAZING and SPICY tacos, super tasty Mole Poblano in Puebla, and visited a local street food market as well. In Puebla, we tasted a ton of GOD LEVEL street food, and found the most amazing Sandwich NINJA, who had the fastest cutting skills in the world! She cut and prepared the sandwich so fast! It was very delicious as well. She had true super human skill! She had GOD LEVEL skill, her knife skills were so fast and so fun to watch.

In this episode, The first thing we did was visit a local street in downtown Mexico City, and try the world famous Al Pastor tacos.

After those amazing Mexican tacos, Eduardo brought us in to a local farmers market where we found the most insane Scorpion and insect salad you’ll ever see!

After this, we ate a juicy and flavourful sandwich, and then moved on for cow head tacos, and finally ate some corn soup with chicken feet! Mexican street food really is the best!

Here are the addresses for the locations in this street food vlog:

1) Pork Al Pastor Tacos with delicious spicy salsa combo - El Huequito Al Pastor Street Stall
2) INSANE Scorpion Salad Challenge - inside the San Juan Market in Mexico City
3) JUICY and Amazing Mexican Sandwich, Kind of like a torta - El Plaladero de Guadalajara
4) Super delicious cow head tacos AKA tacos de cabeza at Tacos Lolita, CDMX
5) Esquites corn and chicken soup with Chicken feet - Los Esquites Con Tuetano

ABOUT THE FOOD RANGER

My name is Trevor James and I'm a hungry traveler and Mandarin learner that's currently living in Chengdu, Szechuan, China, eating up as much delicious street food as I can . I enjoy tasting and documenting as many dishes as I can and I'm going to make videos for YOU along the way! Over the next few years, I'm going to travel around the world and document as much food as I can for you! I love delicious food! This channel will show you real Chinese food and real local food, not that stuff they serve in the Buzzfeed challenge.

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OAXACA FOOD! TOP 5 dishes you must eat in Oaxaca | Food and Travel Channel | Oaxaca, Mexico

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Chasing a Plate is in Oaxaca, Mexico! We have spent 2 weeks eating as much as possible in Oaxaca. Here are our Top 5 Oaxacan Foods and suggestions for where to sample them...

1. Oaxacan Tamales: especially the mole negro kind! Our favourites were from Geno at La Merced Market.

Traditionally tamales are a masa or a type of corn dough which is steamed in a corn husk and filled with all types of fillings. In Oaxaca the masa is steamed in a banana leaf, this one is filled with mole negro. Mole is a really rich sauce which is prevalent here in Oaxaca and in other states like Puebla in Mexico, it's filled with nuts, chocolate, spices, a whole range of things. This one is mole negro so it's black, so it's got the chocolate in it and it's also got pollo which is chicken. It's really rich from the saucy mole and the chicken is really tender because it's steamed. You can find tamales usually in the morning or late at night on the street or at markets like this one.


2. Memelitas covered in frijoles, asiento (pork lard), Oaxaca cheese and salsa. Our favourite stand Memelas de Gio is only open from about 9:00am until 1:00pm at the latest. The address is: Ávila Camacho 203A, Obrera, 68115 Oaxaca, Oax.

Memelitas are a thicker tortilla, grilled on the comal to which you can add frijoles which are beans, verde or roja sauce, green or red salsa and then Oaxacan string cheese. Super crispy tortilla, really salty string cheese and that verde sauce, really spicy.

3. Nieves (ices), specifically the flavour combo of leche quemada (burnt milk) and tuna (prickly pear cactus). You can find nieves all over the city but Benito Juarez market have a few stands as well as the area in front of Basilica de Buetra Señora de la Soledad.

So leche quemada is burnt milk and tuna is the prickly pear cactus and this combination is famous in Oaxaca The leche quemada is really savoury it almost tastes like you've licked a BBQ because it's so burnt but not in a horrible way and then you've got the really sweet, refreshing cactus to complement it.

4. Tlayudas known as the Mexican pizza. You can find tlayudas at fondas (small family run restaurants) in the markets or on the street late at night. We liked the ones at Comedor Chabelita at 20 de Noviembre market as well as the more traditional ones at Libres Tlayudas located at Calle de Los Libres 212, RUTA INDEPENDENCIA, Centro, 6800, Oaxaca

Also known as the Oaxacan pizza it's basically a really crisp tortilla which has been baked and then it's covered with pork lard, frijoles which is refried beans, vegetables, so we've got cabbage, avocado, tomato and I've also added cecina which is a slice of pork. Traditionally you just get a tlayuda and it's folded in half and it's just got the beans and the pork lard and sometimes a bit of cabbage and then the meat on top but this is a little bit more modern with the veges added. It's also got quesillo, the cheese, Oaxacan cheese.

5. Mole! Oaxaca is famous for its 7 moles. We love mole negro (the dark mole containing chocolate) as well as mole amarillo which you can sample stuffed inside an empanada at the Ocotlan Market (see the link to our Oaxacan Travel Guide above for more details).

After 2 weeks in Oaxaca, those are our top 5 must eats by no means have we covered all the food here but those are our 5 picks that you must try when you're here.

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Indian Street Food FACTORY - Enter Street Food HEAVEN - Hyderabad, India - BEST Street Food in India

Today, we're going for an EXTREME Indian Street Food FACTORY Adventure of Hyderabad, India during the month of Ramadan. We're finding MEGA Sized Dosa, watching the making of Hyderabad biryani, and tasting some of the BEST curry in the world!

If you love Indian food and Indian street food, you've found the right street food video, cause today, we're going for a FULL-ON street food tour of Hyderabad, trying out 6 amazing street foods of Hyderabad, India!

Hyderabad has a ton of amazing Indian street food. Eating it is extremely satisfying and delicious. We flew in to Hyderabad to travel and specifically try and eat all of the best street food we could find. During Ramzan (Ramadan), there is a lot of special street food on offer that is really satisfying to watch being made. Today, we're getting into the back kitchen of a MONSTER dosa restaurant, and also watching the recipe for Hyderabadi biryani all being made from scratch. Indian cooking is some of the best in the world, and we came here to try it out.

The huge volume of spices will make your taste buds come alive, with tons of chili, turmeric, cinnamon, garlic, and more, all in the local masalas that are worth flying here for!

Today, we're trying out 6 amazing Indian street foods, the addresses are shown below:

1) Insane Indian Dosa - 70mm, HUGE Size.
Restaurant name: Chutneys Restaurant
Address: Jubilee hills branch

2) HUGE Indian Biryani Factory
Restaurant name: Shan Ghouse Biryani
Address: Tolichowki Branch

3) Delicious Paya (Goat feet stew)
Restaurant name: Hotel miskeen
Address: Beside Moghulpura Kaman, Shalibanda, Charminar, Hyderabad

4) Amazing Irani Chai found at Charminar, downtown Hyderabad
Restaurant name: Nimrah Cafe

5) Delicious Mutton Cooked on the rocks (Pathar-ka-Gosht)
Stall name: Al farooj Sonu Keb
Address: Moosabowli Rd, Charmahal Petla Burz, Ghansi Bazaar, Hyderabad,

Make sure to watch this whole street food vid all the way until the end to discover along with us all of these amazing Indian street foods!

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My name is Trevor James and I'm a hungry traveler and Mandarin learner that's currently living in Chengdu, Szechuan, China, eating up as much delicious .

I enjoy tasting and documenting as many dishes as I can and I'm going to make videos for YOU along the way! Over the next few years, I'm going to travel around the world and document as much food as I can for you! I love delicious food! This channel will show you real Chinese food and real local food, not that stuff they serve in the Buzzfeed challenge.

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Location 1. Larb dee khom khon yong restaurant
Address : Khuang Singh Chotana road
Tel. 053 212949 , 0818819497

1 . Spicy minced buffalo salad ( Larb kwai) 70 baht
2 . Hot spicy buffalo soup ( kaeng om )50 baht
3. Grilled fermented sour pork ( Naem mok) 20 baht
4. Sticky rice ( khao niew ) 10 baht
Total price 150 baht

Location 2. Kroua larn ya mo restaurant
Address : Huay tung tao lake
Tel. 0818831942 , 0812926279

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1. Jumping shrimp salad ( Goong ten) 70 baht
Total price 70 baht

Location 3. Charoen suan aek restaurant
Address : soi Sansai tonkok Sanphisuea
Tel. 053 852778

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1. Hot spicy frog soup ( Tom yum kob) 80 baht
2.Hot spicy eel soup ( Tom yum pla lai) 80 baht
3. Stir fried eel with chili ( Phad phed pla lai ) 80 baht
4. Deep fried pork intestine ( sai tord) 60 baht
Total price 300 baht

Location 4 . Ruam chok market
Address : Provincial highway 1001 Faham

Food name:
Deep fried cricket ( Jing reed tord) 20 baht
Deep fried grass hopper ( tak ka tan tord) 20 baht
Deep fried silk worm ( nourn mai told) 2o baht
Deep fried bamboo worm ( nourn mai pai tord) 20 baht
Deep fried giant water bug ( mang da tord ) 20
Total price 100 baht

Location 5 Thanin market
Address: Chotana road

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Grilled pig brain ( Ab ong or) 20 baht
Sticky rice ( khao niew) 10 baht
Total price 30 baht

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Xochimilco - STREET FOOD TOUR and BOAT RIDE on Canals of Mexico City!

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Xochimilco is one of the most interesting cultural areas to visit when you’re in Mexico City. It was formerly a series of pre-Hispanic villages along Lake Xochimilco. Eventually Mexico City expanded and grew all the way to Xochimilco, and now it’s one of the boroughs of the city.

What’s most remarkable about Xochimilco, and the reason most people go to visit is because of the extensive network of canals that form the framework of the area. Nowadays, you can rent the brightly colored boats and take a ride, eating and drinking along the way. I was there on a weekend evening, and it was a bit more rowdy and loud than I had wanted it to be, but it was still very fun. If you go during the daytime, you might have a more peaceful relaxing journey at Xochimilco.

Here’s what Lalo ( and I did on our short visit:

Mercado de Xochimilco - This is the main market of Xochimilco, and one of the best places to get started eating traditional Mexican food when you visit Xochimilco. At the entrance of the market you’ll find rows of vendors selling home-cooked foods. Don’t miss them, they are incredible delicious. Along with rare types of tlayudas, the highlight for me was the chicken tostada which blew me away.

Here’s the list of everything we ate, but really you can just walk around, see what looks good, and try it:

Tlacoyo - 12 MXN ($0.65) each
Tostada - 15 MXN ($0.81) each
Taco - 5 MXN ($0.27) each
Jamaica - 10 MXN ($0.54)
Carnitas - 20 MXN ($1.08) each

After eating, we walked over to the boat pier. And unfortunately we were running a little late on time and it was a race against time and daylight, but we made it to the pier. Lalo talked to the boat crews, and we finally arranged a boat. The cost was a little higher than what it would normally be for locals, but unfortunately, that’s what it came down to.
Boat hire - 850 MXN ($45.91)

Hope you enjoyed this tour of Xochimilco. The colorful boats are impressive to see, and it’s hard to believe you’re in Mexico City when you’re both at the relaxed Xochimilco Market, and gliding along the canals.

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EXTREMELY DELICIOUS Mexican BREAKFAST STREET FOOD Tour of La Condesa | Mexico City, Mexico

On my first morning in Mexico City I went on an Extremely Delicious Mexican Breakfast Street Food tour of La Condesa neighborhood.

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The moment I got off the plane I caught an Uber and hit the 1 hour drive to La Condesa. On the way the driver stopped and waited for me while I ate some delicious Tamales with Morita con Puerco.

When I arrived at my Airbnb it wasn't ready so I left my bags and continued the street food tour. I crossed the street and there was a small stall with tour ladies making quesadillas, chorizo, tacos and much more. I got a Taco de Chile Relleno and a Mushroom quesadilla. Food was amazing!

Lastly I had to eat Chilaquiles with Green Sauce (the spicier one). It is absolutely delicious! And lastly a quick tour of my one bedroom AirBnB in La Condesa.

If you are heading to Mexico City, Mexico I recommend you stay at this apartment. It's in a safe area and the food is incredible, breakfast solved everyday.

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INCREDIBLE NIGHT STREET FOOD TOUR | feat. David's Been Here !! 2 of 2 | Mexico City Downtown area

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This is the second part of our amazing Tour night street food tour with David from the DAVIDSBEENHERE channel!
Get ready for some delicious quesadillas and tacos de birria! :)

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1) First stop - Quesadillas Maria Isabel

Quesadillas - 1.34 USD, MXN 24 (each)

2) Second stop - Birria La Polar

Birria taco - 2.31 USD, 42 MXN
Broth -1.49 USD, 27 MXN

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Delicious NEW MEXICAN FOOD! 🌯 + Hike to Crazy Tent Shaped Rocks ⛰ (Albuquerque New Mexico)

Today we ate the best burrito Albuquerque had to offer! 🌯 Then we checked out huge tent-shaped rocks which form from the erosion of 6-7 million year old volcanic rock and ash 🌋😮

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Most INSANE LAMB PIT BARBACOA - Mexican Food in Texcoco + AZTEC Pyramids, Mexico!

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From Oaxaca, we flew to Mexico City, and to begin our Mexico City food tour!

We landed at Benito Juárez International Airport and I had arranged for a driver to meet us at the airport to take us first to eat barbacoa - one of the ultimate of all Mexican meat dishes, and then on to go to the Aztec Pyramids of Teotihuacan.

We drove straight to a small town in the mountains called Texcoco. The hills around Texcoco are known for their barbacoa, Mexican style of barbecue. Even when I was in the US, I remember seeing little hole in the wall restaurant serving “Barbacoa estilo Texcoco,” Texcoco style Mexican barbacoa - so it’s famous for this dish.

El Pica I - The restaurant I wanted to try was El Pica I, and even in this small mountain town, the restaurant was absolutely bumping - there was a meat party happening. You could smell the aroma of the lamb as we drove in. You choose a table, and you walk around and self serve your food. There are many Mexican foods to eat, but the real reason you come here is for the lamb barbacoa - the most insane lamb pit bbq! The meat is cooked in underground clay ovens, and when they open an oven it looks like they are opening a mine.

The lamb barbacoa was some of the most tender meat I’ve ever experienced. It was fatty and juicy and ultra flavorful.

Price - 800 MXN ($42.95) for 2 kg.

Teotihuacan - Stuffed full of lamb, we continued on to Teotihuacan, the ancient Aztec city, known for its giant pyramids. Unfortunately since we went on a Sunday, it was absolutely packed, so busy that we couldn’t even hike to the top of the Pyramid of the Sun because we ran out of time. But nevertheless, it was still worth visiting and it’s very impressive to see.

Entrance price - 70 MXN ($3.76)

Highlight of today for me was the insanely irresistible lamb barbacoa in Texcoco, WOW. Thank you for watching this Mexican food tour!

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Chinese Street Food DAN DAN NOODLE Tour in Sichuan, China | INSANELY GOOD and SPICY Szechuan Noodles

One of the best Chinese street foods you will ever eat in China is the Dan Dan Noodles! Spicy Chinese Dan Dan noodles are the best street food in China! If you love spicy Sichuan food and street food in China, then you're going to love Dan Dan noodles, because they are so flavorful and covered in a rich chili oil!

In this Chinese street food video, we're bringing you on a full on Dan Dan noodle tour of Chengdu, China, DEEP in the heart of Sichuan in Southwest China. This is the land of delicious and spicy Sichuan cuisine, sometimes spelled Szechuan cuisine. There are so many famous Sichuan foods to try here in Chengdu, but today, we are trying 4 different variations of Dan Dan noodles, also sometimes called Zajiang noodles.

China has so many amazing street foods to try, and I've been filming and documenting them for you for the past 4 years. In my opinion, the best noodle dish in China is dan dan noodles, right here in Chengdu, Sichuan. China has some of the best street food around the world, and these dan dan noodles were INSANELY GOOD, some of the best noodles in China for sure!

If you're traveling to China to eat and try different street foods, and perhaps want to learn a little bit about Chinese food and chinese cooking in the process, you need to try a few different variations of Dan Dan noodles. When they prepare the traditional Chinese dan dan noodle recipe right on the street, you can watch as they scoop the main ingredients like chili oil, soy sauce, sichuan peppercorn, and garlic right into the noodle bowl and then place the steaming hot noodles right over top. It's truly satisfying! After they put the noodles over top, they place their signature fried ground pork on top, known in Chinese as shaozi.

When your dan dan noodles arrive to your table, it is very important to mix up all the chili oil and all of the ingredients throughout. This ensures that the flavour and the hot oil gets coated onto each noodle before you take a bite. It's also quite satisfying mixing the noodles and watching the dark red oil slowly turn each noodle from white into red and silky smooth.

When you take your first bite, you'll understand why this is one of the BEST Chinese street foods you need to try. The spicy noodles are coated with an incredibly aromatic chili oil and really send you straight up to heaven! It's one of the best forms of Chinese cooking!

If you are traveling to china and want to find these famous Dan dan noodles, here are the addresses:

1) Dawanmian, AKA big noodle bowl:
Restaurant name: 大碗面店
Address: 成都市过街楼街26-6号

2) Deep alleyway dan dan noodles:
Restaurant name: 十五栋面店
Address: 成都市西体路7号

3) Street side dan dan noodles in the north of Chengdu:
Address: 成都市星辉中路城隍庙街城隍面馆

My neighbourhood noodle joint outside of Chengdu, China

4)Restaurant name: 恋味老面馆
Address: 成都市龙泉驿区龙平路427号

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I enjoy tasting and documenting as many dishes as I can and I'm going to make videos for YOU along the way! Over the next few years, I'm going to travel around the world and document as much food as I can for you! I love delicious food! This channel will show you real Chinese food and real local food, not that stuff they serve in the Buzzfeed challenge.

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OAXACA MARKET & trying Oaxaca food - Ocotlan de Morelos | Food and Travel Channel | Oaxaca, Mexico

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Chasing a Plate is in Oaxaca, Mexico! Every Friday, the town of Ocotlan de Morelos holds its tianguis or open aired market where people come in from the rural areas and surrounding countryside to sell their wares. We catch a bus from Oaxaca (details below) direct to Ocotlan market (20 pesos/$1USD) to check it out.

Ocotlan market is famous for a few different kinds of foods. Empanada de amarillo oaxaca which is a giant tortilla that is folded in half and filled with amarillo mole, nieves or ices, barbacoa chivo and tejate, a pre-Hispanic drink made from corn, cacao and the pip of the mamey fruit. We manage to sample all of Octolan market's specialties!

Tejate: 7 peso/$0.40USD
Empanada de amarillo: 25 peso/$1.30USD
Nieves: 20 peso/$1USD
Barbacoa chivo meal: 100 peso/$5USD

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What an amazing day at Ocotlan Market Mexico!

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Our Best Meal in Oaxaca! — Mexico Travel Vlog #29

On Day 3 in Oaxaca City we had our most delicious meal yet!
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We went to a local restaurant called La Teca and tried some more comida tradicional oaxaqueña. This restaurant was near the America Norte and Reforma neighbourhoods of Oaxaca City.

While the Centro Historical of Oaxaca City gets most of the attention from tourists, I recommend spending a day in the Reforma neighbourhood if you have the chance, as there are a lot of cool restaurants and cafes to check out.

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Mouthwatering MEXICO STREET FOOD TOUR - Local food in MEXICO CITY

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Chasing a Plate is in Mexico City! We are on the hunt for Mexico City street food so we team up with Eat Mexico and get better educated on Mexican street food on a Mexico City food tour. Eat Mexico offer amazing street food tours and we visit a number of spots. We sample:

-tamales & atole
-fresh tortillas
-fresh juices
-tlacoyos and huitlacoche quesidillas
-tacos de carnitas
-pambazo
-cemitas
-basket tacos
-coffee
-Mexican sweets

It is a truly a moving feast! If you're wondering what to do in Mexico City, a street food tour is the perfect place to start! We learnt so much and gained a better understanding of Mexican food street food culture and Mexican gastronomy.

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MEXICAN STREET FOOD- TLACOLULA MARKET food in OAXACA

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Chasing a Plate is in Oaxaca, Mexico! We are going to Tlacolula Market today it's one of the biggest and oldest markets in the Oaxacan area. We opt to get the bus to Tlacolula- we were supposed to get the bus up to the baseball stadium and then have to get another bus but the bus came by which said Tlacolula anyway so we just jumped on. We got dropped right outside Tlacolula market and it cost 15 pesos each/ 70 or 80 cents USD.

A lot of surrounding farmers and ranchers and families come into the market to sell and trade their goods and so it's a place to meet their friends and do business and chat, it's a really convivial atmosphere.

The first thing we sample is tejate. It's a pre-Hispanic drink, it's made out of corn, or maize, cacao and also the pip of the mamey fruit which has been roasted. It's really good and really refreshing.

We then buy some tamales! These are mole negro, negro being the dark mole so mole is the sauce of the region, it has chocolate and chilis and herbs and garlic and onion, everyone has a different recipe, these will have chicken, the corn dough, mole and it's wrapped and steamed.

Tlacolula is really nice, it's actually not too crowded and there's so much to look at, so many different foods to try, gorgeous flowers everywhere, women in traditional dress, it's really vibrant and colourful.

We grab some lunch of rotisserie chicken which comes with rice, frijoles (beans), macaroni salad, coleslaw and tortillas of course. All for 35 pesos! Lunch done, it was fine nothing to really bother talking about too much, not too exciting and it was a bit dry.

If you're tossing up over Tlacolula market and Ocotlan market which you would have seen two vlogs ago our vote is definitely Ocotlan. Tlacolula has a lot of tourists around, we're in that pool obviously but it doesn't feel as earthy, rural and it's not nearly as exciting. There's more food options too at Ocotlan.

We head back to Oaxaca as we're sitting down to film a podcast with our mate Ryan Wilkes from The Path Less Traveled:

After filming the podcast it's dinner time and we are keen to try a popular Oaxaca street food. A tlayuda! A tlayuda is a gigantic tortilla which is baked and it comes with pork lard, beans, quesillo- Oaxacan string cheese and you can add meats on the top. We've added steak and also chorizo. Traditionally that's all a tlayuda has but sometimes you see them and they're served open with avocado, tomato, lettuce and all that sort of fancy stuff on the top. But we're going trad tonight. People describe it like a Mexican pizza! The meal with 2 drinks and 2 tlayudas is 140 peso so about $7USD. Bargain!

Thank you so much for watching we've had an awesome day exploring Oaxaca and the surrounds.

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The Most Delicious Mexican Food (that you've never heard of)

If you're in Oaxaca, you need to eat tlayudas, the most delicious food!
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The restaurant we ate at was called Tlayudas El Negro and it can be found near the historical district of Oaxaca City. Very affordable and delicious taste, I can highly recommend his spot.

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Observing closely a street food kitchen in Mexico - filmed on the market 20 de Noviembre in Oaxaca

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