A nod to the Sazerac

Down here in New Orleans, there are many traditions. From second-line parades to babies in the king cakes and Monday's red beans, New Orleans is sure to keep you well-fed and entertained. Along with good food and parades, New Orleans is also the home of the Sazerac.

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History of Mardi Gras: The Story Behind the Colors

Randazzo's is widely known for their traditional Mardi Gras king cakes. Like all things concerning Mardi Gras, our king cakes feature the traditional colors of mardi gras--purple, green, and gold.

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What is the most popular king cake filling?

With so many flavors to choose from, it is hard to decide which filling is the best. Aside from the acclaimed Pecan Praline King Cake, another Randazzo favorite is their classic cream cheese filling.

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Why is there a baby in the king cake?

Nothing beats our traditional creamy icing on top of our classic cinnamon dough braids. Along with the tasty king cake, Randazzo's includes a small baby inside the cake, keeping in line with the king cake's rich history.

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The History of the King Cake

In the south, Mardi Gras season brings us some of the best parties, parades, and food one can imagine. A staple for all Mardi Gras celebrations is the king cake.

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Did you know we make seasonal king cakes?

If you love our amazing king cakes during Mardi Gras, you’ll be thrilled to know that we offer seasonal cakes as well.

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Traditions surrounding the king cake

Mardi Gras is an important holiday here in New Orleans, and the king cake is the sweet center of it all!

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