A Mexican woman making tortillas over a fire near the town of Chamula in Chiapas, Mexico. This is a very common practice all over Mexico, where tortillas made from corn (known as masa) are a staple food. Most Mexican tortillas are pale, cream-white, flat, thin (about 1/16-inch thick), circular disks about six inches in diameter.
Painting of a Mexican woman making tortillas over a fire.
|Dimensions||210 × 297 mm|
210 x 297 mm
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