Bishop Arts bakery proudly keeps Mexican tradition of Rosca de Reyes cake

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“Manuel Téllez has muscle memory when it comes to baking Roscas de Reyes, a Mexican cake traditionally eaten on Three Kings Day; along with his family, he makes 24 pieces every half an hour.

The Téllez family owns Maroches Bakery, a Mexican shop in Bishop Arts that every year sells home-style Roscas de Reyes, similar to a Kings’ cake, for the traditional Catholic holiday of the Three Kings Day, which falls on January 6. Orders start trickling in since September, he said.”

Posada navideña mexicana en el Metroplex

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“Dallas – La Casa Guanajuato Dallas tendrá su Posada Navideña anual número 21, e  invitan a las familias del Metroplex a que vivan una tradición mexicana auténtica.

“Es una posada muy tradicional. Salimos a las calles para la parte litúrgica, luego la pastorela, luego el arrullo del niño Dios. (Al último) la parte festiva donde le damos regalos a los niños”, dijo el fundador del grupo, Tereso Ortiz Alvarado”.

 

Bishop Arts nevería forced to move as hot property market melts profits

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“Surrounded by the Bishop Arts District’s cafes, barbecue restaurants, eclectic high-end shops and bars, La Original Michoacana is like a needle in a haystack.

Now, the ice cream shop must leave its location at Davis Street and Bishop Avenue at the end of the month because of rising rent resulting from the Bishop Arts District’s gentrification…”