In many Hispanic Families in USA, besides trick or treat, another celebration setting up a table with offerings from drinks to foods including a specialty bread used to "break Bread" while talking about beloved family members.
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) October 29, 2010
As we all await Halloween Night, most children accross America will be "Trick or Treating" in their chosen customs and in many Hispanic neighborhoods, will also celebrate this special date honoring the "Dead" by setting up a table showing a variety of Foods and Drinks from Fruit Punch to soft drinks and wines, Candy and cookies, but most importantly is the "Pan de Muerto" known as the bread for the dead as a special offering ( see picture below )
A lot of hispanic people, after taking the children on "Trick or Treat", look forward to buying this "Pan de Muerto" and enjoy it in Halloween Night along with a cup of hot Chocolate, coffee or hot tea, while talking about all their beloved deceased Family members, remembering many passages in their past lives
So now, you too can partake in Halloween Night and "Break Bread" with your loved ones and enjoy a special evening. La Baguette Bakeries in Chicago's Mexican Little Village, for decades has been baking this Specialty Bread for this occasion and it is available in the USA in a special package $8.95 +tax/shipping, of 3 units - Large, medium and small to feed approx. 6-10 people, so order today and we will ship it out to you
La Baguette Bakeries
3117 W. 26th St
Chicago, Illinois 60623