Salpicón – A Versatile Salad

Salpicón – A Versatile Salad

“Splash” is the direct translation of salpicón, a solid word and dish which came to the Americas directly from Spain. It is described in the Dictionary of the Royal Spanish Academy, and even mentioned in Cervantes’ “Don Quixote” … Click on image for more

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Pan de Muerto – Day of the Dead Bread

Pan de Muerto – Day of the Dead Bread

Pan de muerto (literally, bread of the dead) is a sweet bread that is almost always included in Day of the Dead offerings, and traditionally eaten on November 2nd. It is fashioned in a round shape which may represent the natural and endless cycle of life and death, and decorated with small pieces of the same dough to symbolize bones and tears … Click on image for more