Tlaxcala isn't known for its market and it's a nice one but not spectacular but how can I visit a new town and not check out the market?
I find Mexican chicken aren't as tender as ours but they have twice the flavor.
Tlaxcala is in the same valley as nearby Puebla and you see a lot of shared culture and food. We saw cemitas and mole Poblano, and smell of papaloquelite was strong!
I see this soft cheese and just ache not to have a kitchen nearby.
Some kind of heirloom pomegranite with lots and lots of seeds and little pith.
None of the breakfast at the market was appealing and one of the busiest stalls had seafood so I had a seafood soup for breakfast. It was hot and awfully "bright" first thing in the morning but it was super and I'd love some right about now.
Luckily nearby was a fountain and who doesn't love to learn to walk around the perimeter of a fountain, like my little friend here?