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We ship anywhere in the continental U. But one thing that almost everyone can agree upon is that the first sighting of a sparkly purple, green and gold king cake is what really makes it official: Carnival is finally here. No Mardi Gras celebration would be complete without a king cake, and no one knows that better than Rouses Bakery Director Michelle Knight. Last year alone, the company sold almost , king cakes during the roughly two-month season.

Throughout the year, the cinnamon-filled cakes are both sold locally and shipped across the country to commemorate a host of celebrations: Purple and Gold king cakes make appearances at LSU tailgating parties, shimmering Black and Gold versions for the Saints abound during football season, and the doughy confection dresses up in emerald-green for St. The day after Thanksgiving, the Christmas-themed cakes decorated in reds and greens, plastic poinsettias and tiny Christmas trees begin hitting the shelves.

For Knight and her bakery team, the days leading up to Fat Tuesday are, understandably, the busiest. And no matter the occupation, any office setting is bound to have at least one cake on hand if not more throughout the season.

The cake, believed to have been introduced to New Orleans by way of France in , commemorates the Epiphany, with the accompanying baby figurine meant to symbolize Christ. While the present-day French version, or galette des rois , is a flaky pastry ring filled with frangipane, the version sold stateside is traditionally made with a sweet, yeasted dough. At Rouses, 24 flavors of the festive cakes are sold at the 55 stores along the Gulf Coast. The top-selling flavors include a list of 10 all-time customer favorites like strawberry cream cheese, Bavarian cream, praline and apple as well as flavors including caramel, chocolate, cherry, blueberry, cookies and cream, and coconut, among others.

This year, Knight and her team have something new up their sleeves: The new brioche cakes are sold in addition to the traditional cakes and feature the same selection of fillings. The decadent cake features seasonal fruit usually strawberries, blackberries and raspberries folded into a light, sweetened whipped cream.

The Rouses original recipe dates back nearly 60 years and involves a time-tested method, with careful precision and multiple steps. First, the dough is prepared and stretched into the oval shape, then put into pans and a proofer box, where the yeast-leavened dough can rise.

After about 40 minutes, when the cakes have roughly doubled in size, they are removed from the boxes and allowed to dry out slightly, around 15 minutes. After the cakes have cooled sufficiently, bakers flip them, fill them from the bottom and then turn them back right side up so they can be quickly iced and sugared. The final touch is the plastic baby, which Rouses places in the center of the cake rather than tucked inside.

During the parades, an early morning baker usually prepares the cakes for the floats while a later shift starts prepping for the next day.

Some stores are busier than others, including the flagship Thibodaux location and the New Orleans stores near the parade routes, but every bakery department bakes their own cakes fresh daily. And going far, far away? Please be more civil, kind, thoughtful, generous and more evenhanded with all of us. We need some seriously good mojo. We need more for and less against. Please, — is that too much to ask? And among my intended behaviors of civility, kindness, et al.

Now, once a year, every year, we have the opportunity to do this in a unique and explicit manner: And as good to eat as they are reputed to be lucky.

And most New Yearses, no matter when they fall, are loaded with expectations of, if not dramatic self-improvement that seems to be primarily an American custom, vigorous self-reinventors that we are , then with the idea of using the day to predict or seek luck and good fortune.

Of wishing it for others, and ourselves. Of courting it, by wearing particular colors, taking particular actions and, yes, eating particular foods. If you take a closer look at those dishes, you can also get a good idea of what human beings equate luck with. Money is a major contender, but by no means the only one. Health and longevity, and general sweetness, also figure. Some cultures hold that each bean represents a coin, bringing wealth. Others see the bean as a seed which, of course, it is , reminding the eater of new life and new beginnings.

Leafy cooking greens — collards, kale, turnip, spinach, cabbage — are also associated with wealth — in this case, folding paper money. Gold — need we say again?

In some parts of America, the gold theme is carried out in one of our native breads: This one is Chinese and only Chinese. The long noodle promises long life. The thing is, you need to slurp it, unbroken, into your mouth. Cutting it could be dangerous to your longevity. Often, in the American South, the pork is a ham hock or hambone, thrown in to simmer with the beans, greens or both. Vegetarians and non-pork-eating populations spin off with other fat foods: At the Jewish New Year, honeyed foods ensure a sweet year.

In parts of Italy, a round, almond-filled, snake-shaped cake is eaten, promising a sweet year, and one in which the less desirable parts of the past may be sloughed off as the snake sheds its skin this pastry might be particularly appropriate at the changing of the guard between and Beans, the citruses, cornbread baked in a skillet and many of the traditionally lucky sweets are round. Which brings us to what may be the most powerful symbol of all: Like the circular wedding ring, roundness speaks of eternity, of the cycle of life, and how what goes around comes around.

So what makes them smoky? A mixture of chipotle peppers and toasted sesame oil. Improbable though this combination may sound, your guests will swoon over it. But times have changed with the advent of kale salads. You can do this slicing the day before. Cindy Acosta was out of town when her sister texted her. A small but important part of the Rouse family Christmas tradition had been rediscovered. It had been missing for years, and along with it, part of their childhood Christmas.

I guess we thought Santa wanted the best. Maybe he was tired of milk? Celina was the wife of Wilfred Rodrigue, a close friend of their father, Anthony Sr. Their mom and Nanny would set a baking date.

Cindy says they made double batches of the cookies — for the Rodrigues as well as the Rouses. When the girls were allowed to help shape the cookies, they often would have to redo them if they were deemed too big or too small. The women were extremely particular about how the cookies looked, the sisters remember. There was no heavy-duty mixer, and Jeaneen remembers how the buttery dough moisturized their hands after they had mixed it. Instead of baking racks, they cut open paper bags from the family supermarket to place the cookies on for cooling.

They were everywhere, Jeaneen remembers. Their mom had just one oven. The process was labor intensive, since the cookies must be dipped in powdered sugar twice. The first coating partially melts into the cookie. For the second dipping, in the Rouse family, a fresh bowl of clean powdered sugar, sifted to make it fluffier, was always used.

Buttery and delicate, the cookies were so popular with the family that their mom would have to put some in a tin and hide it, to guarantee that the Cocoons would be part of a sweets platter on Christmas Day.

Cocoons are a version of a cookie popular around the world for Christmas and other special occasions. The cookie has just a few ingredients, but they are firmly in the tradition of rich baked goods for special occasions, using the best butter, sugar and expensive nuts for special treats. Food historians cannot pinpoint it, but think perhaps this cookie originated in sugar-rich medieval Arabian cuisine, subsequently migrating to Spain with the Moors and then spreading throughout Europe.

Baking historian Nick Malgieri has speculated that the recipe went to Mexico with nuns, who were known for baking in their convents. Vanilla and pecans are staples of baking in Mexico. Recipes for Mexican Wedding Cookies started to appear in American cookbooks in the s. Almost all the cookies with other names are shaped into balls, or occasionally crescents. As far as I can find, only in the South are they called Cocoons and shaped like the silken cases spun by butterflies and moths.

Anyone with a clue about this cookie, please email me! When Joyce Rouse started to have trouble standing for long periods of time, she gave her recipe box to Jeaneen and told her daughters to take over the baking.

Cindy plans to make more with her daughter-in-law as well. But there will be lots of butter. Once a year, we indulge our families and friends by creating rich, indulgent desserts with expensive ingredients — often dishes that a great-great-grandmother or a favorite aunt made.

The great holiday cakes are in their own special league, and fruitcakes and rum cakes are in another category altogether. Both use brandy, bourbon and rum to flavor and preserve them. In the s and s, late-night comedians led the anti-fruitcake chorus. It became fashionable to decry the fruitcake. Rum cakes never got a similar bad rap. American rum cakes today tend to be pound or butter cakes with rum in the glaze and, sometimes, the batter.

Compared to fruitcakes, the rum cakes we know today are mere youngsters. The incredibly popular Bacardi Rum Cake, based on a yellow cake mix, was introduced in — relatively speaking, fairly recently.

A vigorous advertising campaign ensued, and everyone was crazy for Bacardi Rum Cake.

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