Puro Pan Dulce Pachanga

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March 25, 2017 Come join us at the unveiling of Panifico Bake Shop’s 2Sueet, the first ever Pan Dulce Treats Truck!! Enjoy fabulous Panifico pan dulce and Freetail beer pairings! Our friends from Barbacoa Apparel & Sweet Craft Jewelry will be there with must-have items to show off at Fiesta, and food trucks will be […]

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A Sueet 10 Years of Panifico Bake Shop

Sueet Stories

As we say goodbye to 2014, after all the fireworks have been lit, the champagne has been drunk, and the tamales have been eaten, we finally go to bed and welcome 2015, even though, technically by that time, 2015 will have already been here. During this time we reminisce of all the good and not-so-good […]

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Dia de los Muertos

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Growing up, I had little idea of the importance of Dia de los Muertos. I remember going with my family members to the cemeteries in Mexico spending what seemed long, countless hours just sitting around a loved one’s grace. While the elders talked and shared stories, we walked around and played games just so we […]

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Sueet Support for the San Antonio Spurs!!

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Last year, during the NBA Finals with the Spurs, a customer walked in the door asking if we could make a special order: he had made a spur-shaped cutter and asked if we could make an order of doughnuts with it. Of course we try to please our customers in any way we can, and […]

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Mexico Pastry Tour Part I

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When you enjoy your work, you never stop challenging your creativity, you never stop exploring, you never stop learning. To move forward, you sometimes have to take a step back to learn about your history. Besides the fact that methods of baking are considered to be a lot of science and math, baking is also […]

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Pan Dulce, Delicious History, Delicious Culture

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‘Quiteme los calzones, y póngame una revolcada.’ Literally translated, it’s ‘take off my underwear and give me a beating.’ Obviously, some things get lost in translation. In reality, what they are talking about is not receiving some form of beating, but of a phrase often heard in Mexican pastry shops during the 19th and 20th […]

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Old San Antonio Molino

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When I was young, my aunts ran Old San Antonio Molino, a small mom-and-pop tortilla factory. They sold corn and flour tortillas, masa for tamales, as well as barbacoa. I was always amazed at all the things they did. Except for a few steps, everything was pretty much made by hand. They had washtubs cooking […]

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