· November 1 ·
A day for everyone to remember those we've lost. But to celebrate they are still near us.
Gather around with frinds and family and taste this amazing experience.
In the mexican culture, the sugar skulls are essential at the offering and they can include the name of the deceased or of a living person.
Sugar, water, eggs, corn syrup, vanilla essence, cornstarch, artificial colorants.
The dead bread, also known as hojaldra, is a tradicional element and typical of the mexican culture to celebrate the “día de muertos”.
Enriched flour (wheat flour, malted barley flour, niacin, reduced iron, thiamine, diamine, mononitrate, riboflavin, folic acid, potassium bromate). Vegetable shortening (0 Trans-fat soy bean oil or palm oil). Butter, salt, sugar, water, whole eggs, yeast, whole pasteurized milk, evaporated milk, sweetened condensed milk. Cinnamon & sesame seeds. * May cantain nut.
It was here that the Aztec people first chiseled spirit figures into bark, which later became the art form now known as papel picado.
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