Anthropologist Johan Pottier once wrote that food is “the most powerful instrument for expressing and shaping interactions between humans.” We like food documentation of different kinds because it helps us contemplate these human interactions. And as a bonus, the documentation itself can be a straight-out pleasure – stimulating, exciting, inspiring. Most recently we came across the work of Penny De Los Santos, who says she explores and celebrates culture, history and community through the lens of food. We have created a gallery of De Los Santos’ work, lifted from Bright Sky Press’ beautiful cookbook Hugo Ortega’s Street Food of Mexico. ¡Buen provecho!