Wednesday, December 26, 2012

Largest Three Kings Las Reynas Bakery Coffee Cake Upcoming Celebration Event

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The public is being invited to attend the unveiling of the largest traditional Morales-Villegas family Three Kings Mexican Coffee cake at Las Reynas Bakery & Ice Cream.

By H. Nelson Goodson
December 26, 2012

Milwaukee, WI - On Wednesday, Alfonso Morales, the owner of Las Reynas Bakery & Ice Cream, 1242 S. Cesar E. Chavez Dr. announced the unveiling of the largest Three King's Mexican Coffee cake in the State of Wisconsin. The unveiling of the traditional La Rosca de Reyes will take place at Las Reynas Bakery on January 6, beginning at noon with the expected cutting of La Rosca at 2:00 p.m.
Morales currently holds the record of creating the longest Three Kings Coffee cake in the state. This years lenght will reach up to 300 feet round, which will be displayed and ready to consume at Las Reynas Bakery at no cost to the public attending the event, according to Morales. The event marks the traditional baking of La Rosca around the World and Mexico, especially in Milwaukee. People can begin ordering their delicious Las Reynas' Rosca for the holidays.
More than 500 people are expected to attend the event and each one will get a free piece of La Rosca as first come, first serve until the last piece of the Rosca is given away.
Morales says, the Rosca event on January 6, is provided free of charge to the public for their dedicated consumer loyalty in making Las Reynas Bakery their preferred service for their baking needs for banquets, quinceñeras, weddings and special occasions. The first 10 people who put an order for a large Rosca will get a free Holiday cake absolutely free.
La Rosca is a ring shaped bread with small dolls baked inside which represents baby Jesus. Who ever gets a doll, the person then gets to sponsor a Rosca party. La Rosca is baked to celebrate the holidays. As a tradition numerous families wait until January 6, the day of the Three Magicians Kings "El Día de los Tres Reyes Magos" to open their holiday and Christmas gifts.

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