ORDER YOU ROSCA DE REYES
"Rosca" means wreath and "Reyes" means kings, so a direct translation of Rosca de Reyes would be "Kings' Wreath". The sweet bread is shaped in the form of a wreath and usually has candied fruit on top, and a figurine of a baby baked inside (now made of plastic but previously they were porcelain or tin). This special treat is often simply called "Rosca." The traditions surrounding this sweet bread is similar to the custom of eating the King Cake in New Orleans during Carnival season.
In Mexico, it is customary for friends and family to get together on January 6 to eat Rosca, usually accompanied by hot chocolate or another warm drink such as coffee or atole. Usually, each person cuts their own slice and the one who gets a piece of Rosca with the baby figurine is expected to host a party on Dia de la Candelaria (Candlemas), which is celebrated on February 2nd. On that day, the traditional food is tamales. Nowadays bakers tend to put several baby figurines in the Rosca, so the responsibility for making (or buying) the tamales can be shared among several people.
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At Cuba Bakery we put lots of love into everything we make, resulting in an array of delicious treats. We have been creating Miami’s tastiest cakes, desserts, breads and pastries for more than forty-five years. Please visit us and we look forward to welcoming you to enjoy our mouth-watering selections.We also offer a wide variety of catering services to help you celebrate any occasion: birthdays, bridal & baby showers, and weddings. No matter how small or large your event, we welcome the opportunity to service your catering needs.
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