Celebrate Mardi Gras Jan. 6th - Fat Tuesday, Feb. 28, 2017!

Bring some fun into the winter months by celebrating Mardi Gras. 
The carnival season starts on Jan. 6, the day when the Magi were said to have visited the baby Jesus, 
and ends on “Fat Tuesday”, the day before Lent begins. 

No Mardi Gras celebration is complete without a King Cake. The pastry is thought to have originated in 
France in the 12th century. The circular cake with the hole in the middle represents the circular route 
the kings took to prevent King Herod from finding baby Jesus. Traditionally the Mardi Gras King Cake
 is baked with a small plastic baby hidden inside. The person who gets the baby in their piece of King Cake 
is expected to provide the next cake (or throw the next party.) Get in on the excitement. 
Do it every Friday at work or throw your own party with your friends and neighbors. 

 We'll be baking King Cakes February 17th, 18th, & the 23rd - 28th
Orders are highly suggested, call or stop in today!