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MEXICAN DEATH FOOD!!! What They Eat on Day of the Dead!!

MEXICAN DEATH FOOD!!! What They Eat on Day of the Dead!!



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1. PASTELERÍA MADRID
ADDRESS: 5 de Febrero 25, Centro Histórico de la Cdad. de México, Centro, Cuauhtémoc, 06000 Ciudad de México, CDMX, Mexico
Interviewee:

🇲🇽 PAN DE MUERTO: Take baked bread and lather it in syrup that has matured for 6 months, then dip it in icing sugar.
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2. MOLES TEOCALLI
ADDRESS: Miguel Hidalgo 28, Nuchtla, Tula, Milpa Alta, 12200 San Pedro Atocpan, CDMX
OPERATION HOURS: 8AM – 8PM
INTERVIEWEE: Manuel

🇲🇽 MOLE EXTRA, MOLE VERDE & MOLE PIPIÁN
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3. FAMILY MOLINA
ADDRESS: Milpa Alta
INTERVIEWEE: Sarah

MOLE ALMENDRADO: Place banana, chocolate, cookies, almonds, hazelnut, nuts, peanuts, raisins, tortillas, bread, garlic in a big pot. In the grinder machine, grind dried chilies and sesame seeds into the pot with the rest of the ingredients. Take that same pot and place it in the same grinder one more time. After, pour the grinded ingredients into another grinder to make the mixture finer. Second machine has a metal disk that grinds the ingredients. The final machine has a rock inside that simulates how they, the ancestors, used to make mole in the past making the ingredients finer.
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4. LUCIA’S & SARAH’S FAMILY HOME
ADDRESS: Av. Cuauhtémoc 1371, Santa Cruz Atoyac, 03310, Ciudad de México, CDMX
INTERVIEWEE: Lucia & Sarah

🇲🇽 MOLE WITH ROSEMARY, SHRIMP, CACTUS AND POTATOES: In a pot, add olive oil and then the mole paste, then stir. Add water and stir until it becomes a thick sauce. Add more water. Continue stirring. Add chopped cactus in the pot. Add shrimp. Add potatoes. Add rosemary and stir. Add salt. Leave it for 15 minutes. Add shrimp cakes. serve with rice, tamales and tortillas.

🇲🇽 CANDIED SWEET POTATO: Soak sweet potatoes in water for hours. Place soaked sweet potatoes with guava, orange, cinnamon, sugar, pineapple and water.

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80sbabe on January 9, 2022

Ancient cultures have something to comemorate the dead. The Chinese have Qingming. Every year we always visit my grandparents' graves to burn incense, afterlife money and food and liquor. We plant flowers and do some trimming of the grass too. In China, they often set off firecrackers to scare off evil spirits and celebrate the deceased.

Juan Martz on January 9, 2022

anyone knows the songs that starts at 18:24?

Abdullah K. on January 9, 2022

liked the vid solely because of that parade edit.

Ana Oviedo on January 9, 2022

I’m not Mexican, I’m Salvadoran but even while having financial problems I’ll let my kids eat the chicken and I eat the left over rice. That’s how I was taught. The kiddos come first.

Erika Contreras on January 10, 2022

Thank you for taking this topic seriously. What an cool family!

Killjoy0329 on January 10, 2022

One of the most important national holiday is the World Cup. Especially if Mexico is in it

Edwin Harbas on January 10, 2022

There is only one world, the world we live in. No God, no Pain, no Sorrow, only Catholics believe in that kind of Fairytale.

Romina O. V. on January 10, 2022

The shrimp cakes aren’t that usual in mole but the most common thing added in mole is chicken.

Hector Vel on January 10, 2022

Great video!

Mteo kay on January 11, 2022

For a minute or 2, from the 13:23 mark, you sound almost like Anthony Bordain RIP !
Gracias for the video ! So captivating!

outrun uno9ocho5 on January 11, 2022

Imagine try "Pan de muerto" and all mexican dishes in a munchie momento, blessed for be mexican and you are welcome 👌🇲🇽

Marce Rieti EXO-L on January 11, 2022

As a Mexican I've never really have the tradition of doing this aside from school, we're we have projects and catrinas parades, but I never feel the spiritual connection, just the cultural until I visited Michoacan with my bf and saw how people mourn and celebrate their passed loved ones, they treat you like you're a guest in their party, and tell you about their relative, they stay all night there and even in the most humble altar you'll see how much effort they put in. This is amazing as a part of our culture but it's way prettier as a part of our spirit.

Shannan Brennan on January 11, 2022

How fitting .. to move the holiday from summer to the day after halloween..

ragil on January 11, 2022

The book of life

Russel Sarahjane Camsa on January 11, 2022

Diana Harris on January 11, 2022

Beautifully done, my heart goes out to griefing people. I understand loss. 🥰🥰

DR. BRAVē on January 12, 2022

7:49 Uamee the king of Hardbass.

Gustava V on January 12, 2022

16:05 Not to be a bummer but why didn’t Sony and the guy took off their headwear when they were eating? It’s disrespectful especially in that special dinner.

Maria Clara Eugenio Albuquerque on January 12, 2022

its so cute how he says '' hola''

LeSin on January 13, 2022

Deuteronomy 18:10-13

There shall not be found among you anyone who burns his son or his daughter as an offering, anyone who practices divination or tells fortunes or interprets omens, or a sorcerer or a charmer or a medium or a necromancer or one who inquires of the dead, for whoever does these things is an abomination to the Lord. And because of these abominations the Lord your God is driving them out before you. You shall be blameless before the Lord your God,

Demonbaby Boy on January 14, 2022

So here was coco film

Joshua Calderon on January 14, 2022

16:35 so the whole time I trash talk my teammates by calling them potato I was calling them papa

Oriundo Del Bosque on January 15, 2022

Loved this co-host!

anahi duran on January 16, 2022

Thanks alot for this video Sunny, as mexican i really apreciate this. Im from Yucatán and there day of the day is called Hanal Pixán it means food for the souls in maya, and we celebrate it different. Just a small thing what they used to prepare this dish is called romeritos not rosmary😅 is a kind of Herb that alot of people eat it in this. region.

Mad Lad on January 16, 2022

loved it

Keith Sadler on January 16, 2022

There are a lot of traditions for the passing of a loved one around the world. Very interesting video.

Aditya Shukla on January 17, 2022

Like 😱Coco movie ❤️

Pedro Vázquez on January 19, 2022

Mi México, como te extraño 💚

Gangaraj Gowda on January 19, 2022

Oh I love how even after they were converted to Christianity still maintaining their original culture blended with new religion 😀.

In my country, that is india, especially the south of India, we have the same tradition called "mahalaya amavasya".
Where the dead are treated with varities of food and drinks. 😀.

I love that fact that, the human cultures are almost same everywhere, untill the conversions 😀.

Luis Ramos on January 22, 2022

My uncle love meth i put a pipe a nicol bag a the next day it was all gone

Jorge Martinez on January 23, 2022

WOW! Interesting!

Nessa420 on February 4, 2022

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The Hungry Jaz on February 8, 2022

♥️🔥♥️

princess G on February 8, 2022

Who's the guy that helped you navigate your way around?

Michael .Green on February 11, 2022

7:56 " day of the dead was started by the Aztces, some 3000 years ago"

Please get your people to fact check before making statements, as the Aztecs were not around 3000 years ago.
There has been no evidence of Aztecs in Central Mexico before the 13th century.

Furthermore. The Aztecs didn't build Mexico City.they conquered it from the predecessors.

Also, day of the dead is just another version of all hallows eve, or Halloween. It is celebrated in the USA, UK, and many European countries. Just in a different way. It has also now been bastardised to make people believe it is devil worshipping or anti Christian, when it's a Catholic festival that was originally taken from European paganism, to celebrate the lives of those who died, and to scare off evil spirits (which is why people dressed up)

So it wasn't started in Mexico. It was started in many places, and probably has European influences.

Dinar Aulia Ramdani on February 13, 2022

This is "Coco" real life movie

DATEC Studio on February 13, 2022

What a great tradition get from James bond movie 😂😂

Sneaky_Snakey vann on February 16, 2022

Does someone mind telling me what the song at the end of the video is ?😊

Tammy Rodriguez on February 16, 2022

We Don’t Call It Death Food.

fiblee food on February 18, 2022

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Kanal7 Movies on February 18, 2022

I love Mexican cultures so much, love from Indonesia ❤️🤍

Lady Marissa on February 22, 2022

Cultures no but who teaches them this the Catholic Luciferians religious hypocrite.

sss21iiiuuu on February 24, 2022

2:57 i saw the member of akatski

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