The scheduled Divisadero stop on the Copper Canyon train route lasts for about 15 minutes to allow for canyon viewing and browsing local crafts.
The stop came in the afternoon during travel at some altitude, and the aroma of food cooking in the outdoors got our attention. We skipped the crafts that were for sale, caught great “magic hour” photos with shadows in deep relief and ordered up a plate of possibly the best chilis rellenos ever. They were cooked atop a clean, sizzling hot oil drum and served on a paper plate. We carried them back onto the train to not waste a bite.