At the Sweet Union Flea Market, on U.S. 74 just west of Monroe, you don't have to speak Spanish to eat your way through the many food choices at the all-Mexican market. Efrain Banderas watches the progress of churros frying in hot oil. The sticks of fried dough are served topped with caramel, chocolate or brown sugar.
At the Sweet Union Flea Market, on U.S. 74 just west of Monroe, you don't have to speak Spanish to eat your way through the many food choices at the all-Mexican market. Efrain Banderas watches the progress of churros frying in hot oil. The sticks of fried dough are served topped with caramel, chocolate or brown sugar.
At the Sweet Union Flea Market, on U.S. 74 just west of Monroe, you don't have to speak Spanish to eat your way through the many food choices at the all-Mexican market. Efrain Banderas watches the progress of churros frying in hot oil. The sticks of fried dough are served topped with caramel, chocolate or brown sugar.

Flea market rich in Latin fare, flair

October 19, 2007 11:48 PM

UPDATED October 19, 2007 11:53 PM

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