from Beth Hensperger's blog...

The Baker: Pan de Los Muertos »

Panes de Muerto, or "breads of the dead," is a special orange- and anise-spiked egg bread made especially for November 2, All Soul's Day, a Mexican national holiday honoring the deceased. It is a fusion between Indian and Spanish religions. This is a very happy loaf, despite the morbid name, and is consumed with the reverence awarded to Holy Communion.

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Not Your Mother’s® Casseroles
Not Your Mother’s® Fondue
Not Your Mother’s® Microwave Cookbook
Not Your Mother’s® Slow Cooker Family Favorites
Not Your Mother’s® Slow Cooker Cookbook
Not Your Mother’s® Slow Cooker Recipes for Two
Not Your Mother’s® Slow Cooker Recipes for Entertaining
Not Your Mother’s® Weeknight Cooking

If these are Not Your Mother's® cookbooks, then what are they?

Okay, so maybe your mom was a great cook, and you couldn’t wait to get to the dinner table every night to dig into whatever delicious dish she had lovingly prepared all afternoon. Or… maybe not.

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Nutrition Facts

Nutrition Facts

Looking for Nutrition Facts from recipes in our latest book, Not Your Mother's® Slow Cooker Family Favorites?

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