Discussion in 'Good Eats' started by stevescookin, Jan 25, 2018.
Where are you going to buy the plastic baby?
Haven't figured that out yet. Don't need one to make the cake
I think the original king cakes used a dry red bean.
I used to live in Golden Meadow...loved the cap bread from Dufrene's. I bet it's still there.
I was in Albertson's a couple of hours ago. They had their own king cakes for $7.99. They didn't look all that appetizing.
If they still did the New Orleans Babycakes would be called the Dry Redbeans.
Boudin king cakes.
I want one....savory.
If it came from a prince in a poor African country, its probably not real.
Came from Louisiana Kitchen and Culture magazine