When you can’t buy it, make it yourself. This is Pan de Muerto, made for eating during the Día de Los Muertos celebrations.
It’s origin dates back to pre-hispanic times. The shape of the bread represents the dead, the main circle is the body, the lines on the sides the limbs and the little ball on top is the skull. This is a huge part of the Mexican cuisine and part of our traditions.
If you get a chance to try out for yourself, please do so and learn a little bit more of the Dia de Los Muertos celebration.
#tbt to the first time I dressed up for Halloween in the Netherlands. Good old gal Samara from “The ring”. From the time I used to take picture with Photo Booth 😅