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"She carried herself out with a horse-driven casket and it was solid glass, and there she laid. Most awesome, I’ll never forget it."
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Puebla is a place where 155 years ago two armies fought and now Americans celebrate the event with the utmost respect, by wearing fake mustaches and drinking 2-for-1 margaritas. But there's other, cooler stuff to know about the city.
Draped atop a slab of milk chocolate, the two-inch-long Madagascar hissing cockroach looks almost elegant, its lacquered exoskeleton reflecting the thin light of a Mexico City afternoon.
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On the surface, Mescladís looks like any other charming little restaurant in Barcelona's trendy Born district. But a closer look reveals a project with much larger ambitions.