Places to Eat: Puebla

Balcony at El Mural de los Poblanos

Although we were only in Puebla for a few short days, the food has been some of the most memorable we have eaten on the whole trip. My wonderful travel companion, Daniela of The Spiced Kitchen, always asks, “Do you think this meal was life-changing?,” and I honestly have to say that some of the foods we tried in Puebla were a big YES! to that question.

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Mesón Sacristía Cooking Class

Chiles en Nogada at Mesón Sacristía

It has been a while since I have done an update. I apologize. The internet has been very spotty at some of our hotels, and it makes writing a blog post ten times harder.

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Puebla

Mesones Sacristía

Ten years ago, I came to Mexico for the first time to study in the city of Puebla. I immediately fell in love with everything–the food, the people, the architecture, the colors, and the way of life. I remember coming to the downtown area on my free afternoons and just marveling over the beauty of the buildings and the hanging green plants everywhere. I would often walk by this quaint hotel that was painted that pretty Mexican pink with indigo blue accents and peer in at the beauty beyond its large wooden doors. I remember I even asked the door attendant one time if I could come in to take a few pictures. I never in my wildest dreams imagined that ten years later I would be staying at this gorgeous oasis in the middle of one of my favorite cities.

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