Tamales,Tres Leche,Churro and Three Kings Bread

The moment you walk in, the smell of sugar,butter, and freshly baked bread (oohh how I love theehypnotizes youAll the pastries are stored in trays behind huge glass cases– – grab a pair of tongs and a tray and load up! 

You really must try those mega Cinnamon Rolls topped with Chocolate I’m addicted to these,see them in the lower left in the the photo below
Oh My those Chicken and Pork Tamales that are made fresh daily for only 10 bucks per dozen a must try along with the most flavorful Salsa mama makes, I really hope they start selling by the Quart,,, Yes it’s that good.
Bread Pudding Cake a unique treat in photo above, sold by the slice a mouthful of flavor, think the old Sveden House bread pudding and now in cake form, whoa this is great another must try.
It is traditionally eaten on January 6, during the celebration of the “Día de Reyes” (literally “Kings’ Day”), which commemorates the arrival of the three Magi or Wise Men. In most of Spain, Spanish America, and sometimes, Hispanic communities in the United States, this is the day when children traditionally get presents, which are attributed to the Three Wise Men . In Mexico before children go to bed, they leave their shoes outside filled with hay or dried grass for the animals the Wise Men ride, along with a note.
The tradition of placing a trinket (figurine of the Christ Child) in the cake is very old. The baby Jesus, when hidden in the bread, represents the flight of Jesus, fleeing from King Herod‘s evil plan to kill all babies that could be the prophesied messiah. Whoever finds the baby Jesus figurine is blessed and must take the figurine to the nearest church on February 2, Candlemas Day (Día de la Candelaria). In the Mexican culture, this person also has to throw a party and provide tamales and atole to the guests.
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