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Pan de Muerto, Ghoulish and Good

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This bread is as good as it is ghoulish.

It’s pan de muerto (bread of the dead), which is a must to eat on the Day of the Dead November 2.

Mexican custom is to place the bread on an ofrenda, an altar laden with food, drink, candies, photos and other offerings that will please departed souls when they return on this special day.


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Barbara Hansen