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Bread Talk

Posted by
Nitin (Mayenne, France) on 30 December 2012 in Food & Cuisine.

"It is a hard matter, my fellow citizens, to argue with the belly, since it has no ears."

Another Oaxacan specialty - the bread, popularly called, Pan de Yema. Pan de yema is a flaky, airy bread made with egg yolks - and is a typical Oaxacan breakfast when paired with hot chocolate. The bread’s a bit dry on its own, but thankfully you’re supposed to dunk it into the chocolate, and it’s very absorbent.

jean pierre from paris, France

très graphique cette pov!!! amitiés

30 Dec 2012 3:09pm

franz from Baden, Austria

beautiful patterns and hues, interesting shapes! too bad we don't get the smell of these freshly baked loaves ... nor their taste ... ;-)

30 Dec 2012 5:05pm