One important aspect of Cuaresma, Lent, is the seasonal food that comes with it. There are many food stands that mushroom around the church with the velación, vigil, and others as well. Here, for instance, I captured a group visitors enjoying some tostadas and dobladas from the street food vendors that sep up on south side of the cathedral building.
If you would like to take a photographic tour through the different street food offerings found during Cuaresma, follow the white rabbit through the Lent Food category. ¡Buen provecho!
Antigua Street Food Tours aside: I mentioned a couple of weeks ago that I have met a food blogger living in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico and after she reviewed all the resources that I have shared with you about Guatemalan food and street food around Antigua Guatemala, she insisted I should start offering street food tours since I have become an expert on the subject, what do you think, do you think there might be some interest in having street food walks around Antigua Guatemala?
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