Empanadas are a mainstay in Mexican cookery – the kind of food that can be lunch or dessert depending on what’s inside them. Leticia Flores makes her savoury empanadas for Three Hens stuffed with chicken and mushrooms; ground beef; and potato with chorizo. Delicious!
How about some authentic Mexican sauces to go with that? Kristian makes them from recipes from his mom’s family in Oaxaca. They are beautifully labeled and packaged and from the crowd of people gathered around his table trying out various ones, they taste as good as they look! They vary from sweet to fiery; some suitable to replace barbeque sauce, others excellent with cheese and crackers.
The Fabulous Fabric Fellows have a new crop of aprons in…if you like polka dots, hurry in; these will fly out the door.
Pat’s Pandemonia Boutique continues to clear out all women’s plus-size clothes and shoes at unbelievable prices.
Jeanine and Barbara come up with different entrees weekly – incredible pasta dishes and quiches are just two. Gloria Sue always has super fried chicken with assorted salads suitable to get you through a hard afternoon at the beach. Kim’s treats for dogs and humans have a faithful following. Venezuelan food and half a dozen different types of honey await you.
Three Hens & A Rooster Market is open Saturdays year-round from 9 am to 1 pm at Venustiano Carranza 466 in Old Town, Puerto Vallarta.