What goes better together than taco’s & skulls well nothing in our opinion. We love skulls and we can get down on some amazing and tasty tacos.
Pinches Tacos will be serving up, yup tacos and some day of the dead with a b-day thrown in as well. Happy First Year Anniversary Pinches!
Dia de los Muertos is an intriguing day that began in Mexico during November 1 & 2. It lined up with the Catholic holiday All Soul’s & All Saint’s Day, the people of central and southern Mexico merged this with their own ancient beliefs of their deceased family members.
It is the belief that the doors of heaven open at midnight on October 31, and the spirits of all the children that have passed on are allowed to reunite briefly with their families. Then on November 2, the adult spirits come down.
Beautiful altars are prepared in each home, decorated with flowers, candles, food and toys for the children’s souls, Along with brightly painted skulls also known as sugar skulls or candy skulls
Day of the Dead is much akin to Chrismas in cost. It is a very expensive holiday and many families may spend close to two month’s salary. They believe that satisfied and happy spirits will protect them which will bring good luck to their families.
It has become a very popular celebration and event in the U.S. recently the combination of death, life of flowers, and skulls is beautiful and intriguing.