Oaxaca, Mexico: Inside Casa Oaxaca

Last night, after a long week of ministry, I had the pleasure of taking my wife to one of the best and most acclaimed restaurants in Oaxaca

Photo by Joe Ramirez for Multiculturalcookingnetwork.com

City… Casa Oaxaca. Chef Alejandro Ruiz has definitely created a magical place to sit, relax, and enjoy the full impact of the rich flavors that make up Oaxacan gastronomy. Situated in view of the historic Cathedral of Santo Domingo, we were seated on the rooftop terraza, perfect to watch the sunset and the sky change colors before us.

As the captain seated us, he took our initial drink orders and soon returned to make our salsa for the evening right at the table. Carefully hand grinding guajillo chiles, garlic and onions in a molcajete, our salsa was made complete when roasted green tomatoes were added. He then invited us to try our fresh made salsa on a blue corn roasted tortilla sprinkled with asiento [seen above with both chile and herb salt].
It was wonderful, made even more so when paired with a margarita or some Real Minerva Madre Cuishe mezcalREAD MORE

Website: http://www.casaoaxacaelrestaurante.com/

Written by Dave Miler

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