If we love something mexicans It’s the food and we also we pride of it in any part of the world and that is why although we do not know them, there are several mexican restaurants in various countries around the world, for those who reside abroad and who want to remember from time to time, the aztec land that saw them born, although when one goes to visit a place, they regularly give keychains or ornaments for the fridge, such as “recuerditos”. And perhaps we never give them the value, until we lack them.
The truth is that here in Mexico we may lack everything, except the food Oh, come on snacksthanks to the fact that there are still accessible raw materials to cook or to buy, because most of the time, we can have access to them, because they sell them on the street, either in laminating stalls or on tricycles that ride through the streets of the city, as is the case with bread, tamales and even corn on the cob.
The CDMX nothing would be without her street food, which is not only part of folklore, but of the urban landscape, which most of the time includes the hunger of many people from the capital, who go to work every day, with a different budget in their pocket to afford some food. Among them, we are almost all of us who stop to buy our sweet bread in the morning, some taquitos of stew or basket in the afternoon and some shepherd’s at night. It’s not always, but it does happen.
Where to find Mexican food keychains?
Some ingenious craftsman OR craftswomanobserved the clear habits of many in CDMX and decided to put together his catalog of key rings for the fashion gift, novelty gift, for the boy, the girl, the bride or the groom, who feels identified with the food of CDMX. Among the figurines are some rich eloteeees preparedooooossome taquitos al pastor, sweet bread such as shells, pigs and even barbecue tacos with their refreshment.
How do we know? Well, because through Facebook Images of this careful work went viral, which even brings prepared pork rinds, micheladasdead bread, Mexican sweets and even a cake. We don’t know who makes them, because we get tired of investigating, without much response, but so far, only one user has replied that the artisan calls herself “Sofía Oruguita”, from Chiapas, but we cannot confirm anything yet, because in her Instagram account, he only has hamburger and kitten keychains.
For now, in ‘Flavors of my Land’, one of the pages that spread their images already has as 5 ordersof many who felt like buying something like this. Hopefully it will show up soon, because online platforms cost between 200 and 400 pesos each keychain and, in addition to not having as much detail, there isn’t as much variety either.