Dost thou think that because thou art virtuous there will be no more tamales and champurrado? There will be plenty of both. The Christmas season is far from over here in Tecate. Twelfth Night is a major event. On January 6th, dia de reyes, friends drop in bringing with them “la rosca” a delicious glazed sweet bread in the form of a crown or wreath. You ask them in and you all sit down to enjoy a slice of rosca with coffee or champurrado. Hidden within the bread is a small figurine of “El Niño Jesus.” The one who finds the ceramic baby Jesus in his slice is delegated host of the tamale party on Dia de Candelaria (Candlemas) on February 2nd. All the bakeries here work twenty-four hour shifts to produce the thousands of roscas that will be served this Friday. Now, that’s a lot of tamales and champurrado!