Why is Pan de Muerto (DAY OF THE DEAD BREAD) so Popular in México
Traditionally, pan de muerto is decorated with bone-like sticks and a skull-like ball at the top, all made from the same flour. Mexicans love to have it with a side of steaming hot chocolate or coffee or tea. All Mexicans they must wait for a whole year to enjoy it, it is part of all our traditions, for it is only available during the months of October and November. This seasonal quality could be at the very core of the whole pan de muerto frenzy.
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