French Macaron vs. Macaroon: Who is Who?

French Macaron vs. Macaroon: Who is Who?

What’s the difference? Ever since those French biscuits became the newest cupcake, there has been a great deal of confusion about that which one really calls them. They are frequently tagged macaroons, a seemingly benign misnomer. In reality, a macaroon isn't a synonymous word for all those French confections; a...

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Dia de Muertos (Day of the Death)

Dia de Muertos (Day of the Death)

The Day of the Dead is a popular Mexican celebration to honor the deceased. It takes place on November 2, although it starts to be celebrated from the first day. In the pre-Hispanic era, it was common to keep the skulls as trophies and to show them during the rituals...

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A Little Story Behind the Traditional Pan de Muerto

A Little Story Behind the Traditional Pan de Muerto

A few days to celebrate the Day of the Dead and with this celebration comes one of the most delicious breads that exist. The bread of the dead is a special type of bread prepared in Mexico. It is not a bread for everyday consumption, since it is intimately associated...

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Getting to know Daisy, our instructor from BakersBodega Pico Rivera

Getting to know Daisy, our instructor from BakersBodega Pico Rivera

One of our instructors opens her heart and tells us about one of her passions, baking and decorating, as well as what it means to be our instructor.

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