With a picaresque style, he sells his stuffed bread, which when offered attracts the attention of locals and strangers; When he rides his tricycle, many people identify him, since he has been doing this activity for 30 years.
Mazatlan, Sinaloa. – Perhaps you have heard him, he is unmistakable in his style of selling, he has a very peculiar way of offering his product, we are talking about Mr. Amadeo Ovalle Romero, who daily walks the Malecón of the port of Mazatlán.
Accompanied by a tricycle and a basket, he offers some sugary donuts, which he calls redondas, and other breads, which are filled with dulce de leche, but what makes them more famous is that they were baptized with a peculiar name that refers to the reproductive feminine parts.
Amadeo Ovalle is a Mazatlan who fights every day to bring sustenance home. With a picaresque style, he sells his bread, which by offering it attracts the attention of locals and strangers; When he rides his tricycle, many people identify him, since he has been doing this activity for 30 years.
“I shout because I want to sell, many think that I am disrespecting them, I shout because I want to sell and that is what they are called. Many people see and say here comes the ‘bread…’ and then he comes and buys me. Many people have called me ‘rude old man’, but no, I yell because that’s what these breads are called and then… many people already know me anyway. They are waiting for me not so much to buy me, just to record me, many tell me: ‘hey, but yell at him’, and I yell”.
Amadeo travels daily offering this product from Los Pinitos beach to the Golden Zone, selling his “Panochas” and his stuffed breads, which are only made with flour and sugar, but which he offers with great mischief. If you find him, have no doubt that when you buy one of these products, he will make you smile with his mischievous way of being.