The first thing we did was the unleavened bread. The leaven was discovered when the same quantity of wheat leaven was fermented. This caused the remaining dough inflates. Leaven of other grains and plants were subsequently evolve
The artisan bread in Latin America has a historical background, and continues to evolve day by day. For example, the Pan de Muerto goes back to pre-Columbian times in southern Mexico, which was preparing for the gifts of life in the Aztec temples. Later was incorporated to the Day of the Dead celebration that takes place in November. This bread has more than 10 popular varieties, and even more if we consider region by region
Another example of artisan bread is the Rosca de Reyes, which comes from Spain and has a round shape that resembles a crown with crown stones represented with candied fruit. The fruits used oldest known are the fig and datil. Today we introduce different babies according to the region or country in Latin America, but usually one representing the baby Jesus.
The bread rolls, also from Spain but has evolved in Latin America to sustain different foods or dishes without breaking. Made of flour, sugar, salt, butter and water. Varieties come from only vary the percentages of these ingredients.
Speaking of sweet bread, there are many varieties, each of which may be named differently depending on the region, many are named for their shape or possible origin of the bread. For example, bread "forgotten" is said to come from a dumpling that they forgot resulting in a unique inflated by time. As it was a big ball of dough only cut into four parts and that’s how it started in marks. The ears are named for its similarity to human ears and so on.
We offer a variety of truly delicious pastries as well as freshly made bread rolls and warm all day. Furthermore we do cakes for every occasion.