Forte Bakery: Maintaining the Ritual of Rosca de Reyes

In Mexico, Día de Reyes commemorates the Three Magi’s visit to the baby Jesus, offering an opportunity to extend the Christmas season. Mexican kids go to bed early on January 5, expecting to find gifts next to the Nativity scene the following morning. The traditional way to celebrate this holiday is by eating the rosca de reyes, a ring-shaped cake or sweet bread decorated with fruit paste, which we first wrote about in 2014.

International Takes On the King Cake: From Rosca De Reyes to Galette Des Rois

October 24, 2023 King King Cakes

Mardi Gras is a time-honored tradition that transcends borders, celebrated in various forms and under different names worldwide. While New Orleans is widely recognized for its vibrant Mardi Gras celebrations and iconic King Cake, lesser-known is the fact that this delicious pastry has cultural cousins across the globe.

Northgate Market Announces Largest Rosca de Reyes Event in LA

January 7, 2020 Monica G Jauregui, Patch

Northgate Markets associates travel to Mexico annually searching for the best ingredients that make the handmade Roscas authentic to Mexican traditions.