Ritual ordinario mixes the sounds of Mexican streets with visuals of the process of making, baking, and selling tortillas. This video was shot and the ambient audio recorded in Mercado Cartagena in Mexico City, D.F. [Video by Ricardo Martinez Roa.]
My grandma’s tortillas are legendary in my family; she’s been making them since she was a little girl and has been feeding her family with them ever since. I thought I’d shoot a little video of her making them as she passes the tradition down to her great grandkids. — Video creator Rich Lee.
Mexi-Australians Gerardo y Maria of La Tortilleria in Melbourne, OZ, demonstrated how to reheat their tortillas when you have a buttload of their tortillas to reheat. No kangaroos or wallabees were harmed in the making of this video.
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Ani from Confessions of a Foodie (@afotogirl on the Twitter) demonstrates the best way to clean nopales.
But what then? How do you cook nopales? Our Tia Lencha has the answer:
Is it true that the way to a Mexican guy’s corazon is through his panza? And if so, why?
[Possible F Bomb at the tail end of this video.]
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