November 1 is All Saints Day, a day to celebrate all saints, known and unknown. In Mexico All Saints Day corresponds with the first day of Day of the Dead celebration. We’ve all seen the skeletons and skulls associated with the Day of the Dead but have you ever tried the Pan Dulce or Mexican Sweet Bread baked for this celebration?
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