Pan de muerto, described by Diana Kennedy in Oaxaca al Gusto as ‘the semisweet yeast rolls of various sizes made for the Day of the Dead, All Saints and All Souls.’ Kennedy writes, ‘Each one is supposed to represent the soul of a departed family member or friend. The faces illustrated here were just a few of the hundreds being made by Señora Clementina Baños when I visited her one year at the end of October.’