His grandson said “no.”
“Pancho Villa was a famous revolutionary hero who loved the common people, and had a special place in his heart for the poor.”
The boy bounced on Grandpa’s lap and asked, “What else?”
Grandpa stroked his beard. “My grandfather baked a sweet bread for Pancho in Chihuahua. It was the only bread that Pancho would eat and it was so delicious that Pancho made it the official bread of Mexico.”
The grandson smiled. He loved when Grandpa told stories.