Tamales And Mexican Chocolate
Blogalicious visits Cafe con Chocolate on a tucked away street just off Snyder Avenue in South Philadelphia. What he finds is a bargain of a tamale and an amazing sounding chocolate drink.
For something sweet to sip on, nothing beats the heat like a frozen frappe of Oaxacan drinking chocolate. Spiced with cinnamon, vanilla, clove, and nutmeg, this coffee-and-cocoa elixir is part iced mocha, part agua de horchata with the addition of finely chopped nuts. It takes a good five minutes to blend up, but, like real Mexican food, is absolutely worth the wait.
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