It's not too early to start thinking of how you'll remember loved ones this Dia de los Muertos. To that effect, Marioli
has started offering pan de muerto in advance of the November 1 and 2 holiday, or your next Coco
The bread, often placed in altars, and bearing crossbones is usually an offshoot of pan dulce with added star anise and orange flower water.
Marioli's version serves six to eight and is priced at $12.50. Chef Mariana Oliver also bakes up white chocolate calaveras filled with her signature chocolate-covered corn flake clusters.
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