Dead of Dead Bread
- wolfe Oct 26, 2011 03:01 PM
Samples from Mi Tierra and Casa Latina again. Small MT like a sweet challah $1.99. Slightly larger CL less sweet $2.50. Both good with larger sizes available in non sugared varieties. Arizmenda in the City not out yet. I didn't see a schedule for East Bay.
1805 San Pablo Ave, Berkeley, CA
Saw an ad for them at Las Montanas, but I haven't tried them yet.
For the Arimendi in Emeryville 10/30 and 10/31 ... also reserve your chocolate sortbrea bats.
There's alsdeo going to be a party with FREE FOOD, on Sunday Oct 30 from 6 pm - 9 pm
Dia de los muertos fiesta
free to the community
Free food - drinks
Sugar skull decoartion
Bring mementos for our traditional altars
Well ... after last year on GT, I'm going to have to figure out how to introduce giant kites and fiambre to America.
Bought one today from the Lakeshore Arizmendi -- big loaves only (that I saw) at $5.50 a pop. As in previous years, these were shaped like little men -- some with their arms spread, some with their arms crossed, with either chocolate or almonds for eyes. No two loaves alike. It was pretty good, but not as moist and not nearly as sweet as Mi Tierra's version, which is still my favorite. This is more like a savory bread that you'd spread butter on and eat with dinner (or jam, with breakfast), with just a hint of sweetness. I imagine it'd make for interesting French toast.
2096 San Pablo Ave, Berkeley, CA
3265 Lakeshore Ave, Oakland, CA
3257 Lakeshore Ave, Oakland, CA 94610