I live in (very) South Slope not too far from the Red Hook ball fields, so today I decided to enjoy the nice weather and walk over to get lunch. I was very happy to find that most of the vendors have returned, although the tents are now up on the grass instead of on the sidewalk. The divine huarache/quesadilla people are there, as are the Ecuadorian ceviche masters and the mayonnaise-chili-cheese-corn-on-the-cob people. I wasn't able to find any marañon, though - it seems to me it used to be for sale last year, but maybe that's my mind playing tricks on me.
Photos can be found here:
Note that I always asked for permission before I took their pictures - when I was in Guatemala people were really touchy about that so I figured I'd better use the same etiquette.
I'll be back next week to try the Colombian food.