FOOD HOLIDAY: Bake An Epiphany Cake

In France, the holiday season continues into January with the feast of the Epiphany on January 6th, the 12th day after Christmas. For the occasion, pastry shops are filled with galettes des rois, Epiphany cakes. (The name actually translates to kings’ cake; a galette is a flat pastry cake.) The cake is traditionally—more of an…
Continue reading “FOOD HOLIDAY: Bake An Epiphany Cake”

TIP OF THE DAY: Start A Tradition, Make An Epiphany Cake

Crown your “king cake”; the person who finds the charm gets to wear the crown. Photo courtesy BainFrance.Blogspot.com.   Bûches de Noël, fruitcake and Christmas cookies are enjoyed throughout the holiday season. In France, the celebratory confections continue into January with an Epiphany cake, or galette des rois, French for kings’ cake (a galette is…
Continue reading “TIP OF THE DAY: Start A Tradition, Make An Epiphany Cake”