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Yucatecan triumphs in the US selling Marquesitas

by Sofia Navarro
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David Domínguez, a Yucatecan hailing from the municipality of Ticul, has brought the flavor of our cuisine to the United States by selling delicious marquesitas.

The young entrepreneur has had his stall for two months and is located in San Francisco, California. He also revealed that they are located in different places in the city to make their sales, and their hours are from 4:30 pm to 10:00 pm, seven days a week.

During an interview with content creator Santos Tuz, the Ticul native stated that he wanted to bring a taste of Yucatán to where he now lives and uses the traditional technique to make this typical snack from our state.

According to the YouTube video, you can see all the ingredients that can accompany the delicious marquesitas, ranging from the typical cheese ball, sweet milk, Nutella, Philadelphia cream cheese, among others. David sells them for $12 each, which is approximately 200.00 MXN at today’s exchange rate.

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