Pan de Muerto ("Bread of the Dead") is a special type of semi-sweet bread where the dough is formed into the shape of a skull and bones. Eaten only around the time of the festive Dia de los Muertos Mexican holiday, Pan de Muerto is a celebrated cultural food. In this short video from Eater, learn all about the bread from the experts at Guadalupana Bakery as host Carla Francescutti goes to the Bed-Stuy bakery to see what it's all about.
At Guadalupana Bakery in Brooklyn’s Bed-Stuy neighborhood, owner Maria Rojas honors loved ones lost through a variety of breads and pastries, but the star remains the pan de muerto, ideal with Mexican hot chocolate.
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