Working in a Mexican Bakery

Working in a Mexican Bakery

It’s no secret that we love food. However, we usually only take part in half of the food process: EATING!

This time around we thought it would be a good idea to participate in preparing and cooking food in addition to eating it!

Not only did I eat the best omelette that I have ever tried, I had a blast attempting to help make various types of bread!

The next time I eat pan dulce I will be able to not only appreciate the taste of the bread, but also the work that went into making it.


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  • Wow Greg! Your Spanish has improved! Was it all self-paced learning or you took a class? The croissants looks so delicious!