Pan de Muerto: Day of the Dead edition

This week along with Halloween, a large majority of the Spanish-speaking world celebrates Día de Muertos. A bit of a misnomer, Day of the Dead takes place over the course of Oct 31 – Nov 2. It is a process of remembrance and tribute to those loved ones who are no longer with us. Ofrendas (altars) containing their favorite foods, drinks, and/or pictures are built and adorned with papel picado, pan de muerto (sweet bread), and cempazúchitl (flower of the dead/marigolds). A trip to the [Read Entire Story]