Tag Archives: Dia de Muertos

Día de Muertos en Fotos Posted by on Nov 27, 2019

Earlier this month, I finally got to experience Día de Muertos in Mexico. If you missed my first post with a highlight video, be sure to check it out here. Today I’d like to show you Día de Muertos en fotos (Day of the Dead in photos). They say una imagen dice más que mil…

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Celebrando el Día de Muertos en México Posted by on Nov 11, 2019

Celebrando el Día de Muertos en México

¡Después de 3 años en México, finalmente experimenté el Día de Muertos! (After 3 years in Mexico, I finally experienced Day of the Dead!). If you’re not familiar with this traditional Mexican holiday, go ahead and read this post first. Today I’ll write about my experience celebrando el Día de Muertos en México (celebrating the…

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Recipe: Day of the Dead Bread Posted by on Nov 1, 2019

One of my favorite things about this time of the year is the availability of pan de muerto or Day of the Dead bread. In Mexico, people have their selected panaderias or bakeries where they regularly get their pan de muerto. Last year, a friend of mine invited me to her house to bake the bread together, and, while it…

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Commercializing the Day of the Dead Posted by on Oct 25, 2018

Next week, Mexicans all over the world will celebrate el día de los muertos or day of the dead with ofrendas (offerings), pan de muerto (day of the dead bread), and photographs of their loved ones. While the celebration has always been strong in Mexico, it has recently become much more commercial. But how did this happen? Halloween Because of its…

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Day of the Dead (Día de Muertos) Posted by on Oct 25, 2017

Day of the Dead (Día de Muertos)

While people in many western countries attend parties and go trick-or-treating to celebrate Halloween, Mexico begins its traditional celebration of Día de Muertos (Day of the Dead). Although the two holidays happen at the same time, they are actually quite different. Today we’ll take a closer look at this important holiday, starting with its origins. History It’s…

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