Día de los Muertos: Café de Olla Recipe

Día De Los Muertos is one of my favorite times of the year. While most of the country knows about Halloween, Día De Los Muertos is a Mexican tradition celebrated the day after Halloween on All Saints Day. The day is meant for the living to pay homage to their loved ones that have passed—not in mourning, but to celebrate their lives. Families create beautiful oferendas (altars) and offer things that were loved by the deceased like food, liquor, beloved items, flowers, and more. Since many of the celebrations take place after dark, many of the living sip on hot beverages such as this coffee favorite, café de olla.

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