Dia de los Muertos
When I ask Omar Alonso his favorite thing about Día de los Muertos, the answer is easy: the food.
The fact that people want to celebrate and show an interest in Dia de los Muertos makes me happy.
Every year during Dia de los Muertos, bakeries all over Mexico make "pan de muertos" or "bread of the dead." These are the best in Mexico City.
The vegan eaters/bike riders at Los Loosers in Mexico City give us their spin on the classic Día de los Muertos dish, and we can assure you it's to die for.
"All of our lives, we've been told that pan de muerto can't be made without eggs, that the yeast cannot be activated properly without milk, and any bread without butter doesn't taste good," say Mariana Blanco and Yisus Pallares. "It's not true."
A celebration of mixing pre-Hispanic customs, like human sacrifice and Catholicism.
We talked to the creators of "Shogyo Mujo," the most funded sculpture project in Kickstarter history, will light up Black Rock City later this month.
In honor of Dia de los Muertos, The Creators Project teams up with Eames Designs to bring you this fascinating short.