Sally D’s Mobile Photography Challenge ~ Macro in a Mexican Market

Squash blossoms in the Guadalajara mercado/marketplace, waiting to be used in cooking a sensual mexican recipe. Squash blossom quesadillas with squash blossom soup anyone?

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About Angeline M

Love to travel, read, garden. I am a nurse case manager working in Disease Management. Photos of locations visited are personal file photos.
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8 Responses to Sally D’s Mobile Photography Challenge ~ Macro in a Mexican Market

  1. Beautiful colors, Angeline. Please let us know how they taste.
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  2. So strange! This past week when admiring a ‘volunteer’ squash vine that sprawled across my friends’ garden, I pointed out that all of the male flowers could be put to culinary use. They looked at me as if I had indeed lost my mind. “Yes,” I smiled, “Battered and fried, they make a beautiful garnish on the plate… and they can be used in salads or stuffed or in Mexican foods like quesadillas..”

    And here you are with a great example! Pass the piquante sauce, por favor?

    Thanks!

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  3. Angeline, send recipes, quick. One of my closest friends is Italian and taught me the art of cooking these delicious summer treats: cooked by themselves and devoured. Happy Photo Challenge.

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    • Angeline M says:

      Thanks, Sally. At the airport on the way to Guadalajara I bought a copy of Bon Appetite that had a segment on Oaxaca with some of these yummy recipes; I unfortunately left the magazine behind at the home I stayed at. It must have been the May or June issue.

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  4. Somewhere sometime I ate squash blossoms (in batter and deep fried I think), but don’t remember where or when, but I guess I didn’t like it enough to seek it out again 🙂
    Love the colours in that photo Angeline.
    Alison

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