|October 29, 2011 | Mexico, Photos By J.Yuenger, Travels
Pasteleria Ideal, avenida 16 De Septiembre, Mexico City. Last night, things were hopping at the famous old bakery, where crowds bought sugar skulls, bone-shaped cookies, and pan de muerte ( which means, literally, ” bread of death ” ) in preparation for Mexico’s Dia De Los Muertos celebration. Halloween is becoming fashionable here as well, so there are now sugar pumpkins and black-and-orange streamers.
Jell-O Skull Cake.
Selecting pan de muerte.
Brujita = ” little witch “.