From the uncensored impudence of the Krewe du Vieux to the regal splendor of Rex; from the hilarity of Barkus to the scalding satire of Krewe d’Etat; from the zany flamboyance of Zulu to the love-in with Muses to the gaudy spectacle of Endymion — parades have their own distinct personalities and, collectively, represent the main attraction of Mardi Gras. The most visible expression of the New Orleans’ renowned joie de vivre, they bring together multitudes in a communal quest for throws, fun and eyeball kicks
“Ship a little taste of Mardi Gras”
As featured on Food Network, Randazzo’s Camellia City Bakery continues a long family tradition of gourmet kingcakes using the original Randazzo family recipe and the finest ingredients.
Unlike other bakeries, Randazzo’s have opted not to add automation to their kingcake making process. At Randazzo’s, you won’t find any kingcakes being machine formed or moved along on conveyor belts. Rather, every piece of dough is kneaded, cut, braided, and molded by hand.
Randazzo’s Camellia City Bakery is synonymous with kingcakes. When you want a REAL New Orleans King Cake, you always go to Randazzo’s.
One bite of Randazzo’s signature kingcakes, and you’ll know why they have become a New Orleans Mardi Gras tradition.