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Most commonly eaten for Epiphany in France but irresistible any time of the year! Frangipane galette is the perfect end to a French meal!

Most commonly eaten for Epiphany in France but irresistible any time of the year! Frangipane galette is the perfect end to a French meal!

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Find the little figure hidden in this decadent Mexican Rosca de Reyes

Find the little figure hidden in this decadent Mexican Rosca de Reyes

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Befanini are small traditional shortbread cookies served in Italy on the day of Epiphany known over there as La Befana.

Befanini are small traditional shortbread cookies served in Italy on the day of Epiphany known over there as La Befana.

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Galette des Rois, puff pastry filled with beautiful almond paste

Galette des Rois, puff pastry filled with beautiful almond paste

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Roscón de Reyes

Roscón de Reyes

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This is an easy to galette to celebrate Epiphany, or in french La Fête des Rois.  Just don

This is an easy to galette to celebrate Epiphany, or in french La Fête des Rois. Just don't forget the bean! {recipe}

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I first drank fig martinis at a cookery class in Istanbul. They

I first drank fig martinis at a cookery class in Istanbul. They're divine, and the perfect drink to celebrate the end of the festive season

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Roscón de Reyes, Ring-shaped sweet bread, traditionally eaten in Spain on January 6th, and the night before

Roscón de Reyes, Ring-shaped sweet bread, traditionally eaten in Spain on January 6th, and the night before

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Galette des Rois - a French tradition on Epiphany

Galette des Rois - a French tradition on Epiphany

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For Epiphany: Galette des Rois (Pistachio / Chocolate)

For Epiphany: Galette des Rois (Pistachio / Chocolate)

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The traditional French cake at Epiphany : a buttery, flaky pastry filled with frangipane. My twist on it : pistachios and cherries!

The traditional French cake at Epiphany : a buttery, flaky pastry filled with frangipane. My twist on it : pistachios and cherries!

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This exquisite Galette des Rois filled with sweet almond paste is easy to make, just in time for Epiphany!

This exquisite Galette des Rois filled with sweet almond paste is easy to make, just in time for Epiphany!

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Flourless chocolate cookies from Francois Payard

Flourless chocolate cookies from Francois Payard's Chocolate Epiphany. (link to recipe in post)

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Rosca de reyes is a sweet bread eaten in Mexico to celebrate Epiphany.

Rosca de reyes is a sweet bread eaten in Mexico to celebrate Epiphany.

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Pistachio galette des rois

Pistachio galette des rois

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Brioche des Rois: a tradition from Provence to celebrate Epiphany.

Brioche des Rois: a tradition from Provence to celebrate Epiphany.

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Rosca de Reyes -- Mexican Epiphany bread

Rosca de Reyes -- Mexican Epiphany bread

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Cartellate -- an italian cookie dipped in warm honey!

Cartellate -- an italian cookie dipped in warm honey!

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Galette des Rois - Epiphany Cake with chocolate and pear

It

Galette des Rois - Epiphany Cake with chocolate and pear It's not too late to enjoy this annual treat!

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