Francisco De Santiago, a.k.a. “Paco,” and Ruth Alegria take us on a pozole crawl in Mexico City, and tell us about this traditional Mexican soup, with hominy, meat and garnishes of Mexican oregano, chiles, white onion, radishes, avocado, and lime. Our first stop is at Casa Tixla, a pozolería specializing in Pozole Guerrero. Here Ruth and Paco have green pozole, made with green pumpkin seeds, epazote, and chile serrano. Next, at Poctzin, they sample Jalisco-style red pozole made with chile guajillo and shredded chicken.