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By John McAfee
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Ricardo Cervantes
Ricardo Cervantes, co-owner of La Monarca bakeries in Southern California, said they sell thousands of king cakes from their stores in East Los Angeles and the largely Hispanic city of Huntington Park.
Traditionally, the person who gets the slice of cake containing the toy baby must throw a party — "tamales and hot chocolate" for all, Mr. Cervantes said.