La Feria de los Moles was founded in Los Angeles, California on October 2008 by Pedro Ramos.

Mr. Ramos is originally from Puebla, Mexico but has resided in Los Angeles for many years.

When I arrived in Los Angeles like any other immigrant with a hand tied behind my back and the other hand in front (in other words, without anything) I began from scratch. I only had a dream and a university title from my country that was no longer valid here. I also faced a language barrier because I did not know English.
I was able to get ahead and I started a family business. In my nostalgia for the gastronomy of Mexico, in my case, Puebla, I remembered the food of my grandmother.

She not only knew how to season her mole well, all of her dishes were delicious. I remember my mom would get mad whenever I would tell her that my grandmother?s dishes were tastier. In all of this, my grandmother Doña Kailita inspired me with her mole and so LA FERIA DE LOS MOLES was born.
Mr. Ramos.


Moles Poblano

The mole poblano is a culinary specialty of the city of Puebla, Mexico. Originally consisted mainly of a sauce from a variety of ingredients poured over pieces of turkey, name given to him in Mexico the domestic turkey, but is now common use with chicken or other meats. It is one of the most representative dishes of the country.

Mole de Caderas

The Hip Mole is a traditional dish of goat meat in the region of Tehuacan, Puebla, as well as the region of Huajuapan de León, Oaxaca in Mexico. The mole hip is considered one of the most important dishes in the states of Puebla and Oaxaca, due to the prolonged breeding and care in preparing the animal -of which all the flesh is used and the Festival slaughter of accompanying and starts the sacrifice of farm animals for food preparation and for subsequent preservation and curing of meat.

Mole Oaxaqueño

The state of Oaxaca has a great cultural and gastronomic richness recognized worldwide. This place is divided into seven regions, each of which has a variety of different moles, it is said that the moles of Oaxaca really are dozens, which is totally true.