|Each Aztec home had a hearth where
the fire burned. It had three stones around it.
On top of these stones rested the COMAL.
The comal was a flat disc of hard clay. It was heated by the fire beneath. When the comal
was hot it was ready to use for cooking. Here the woman is making tlaxcallis on it.
They had several different kinds of pots - small ones to eat
their meals from and big ones for storing water and soaking the corn. Some of the pots
were black because they had been used for cooking.
Notice the baby's crib in the background.