Gibraltar’s Candy Rosary Tradition

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Rosemarie Manasco emailed me the other day and mentioned a forgotten tradition she and many other families shared during All Saints Day.

Rosemarie mentions, “Every All Saints Day, actually days before, when my kids were young, their Godmother Oscaria would bring them a beautiful and high calorie sweet rosary. As years have passed the tradition has slowly declined.

This year I thought I would make a personalized one, according to my grandchildren’s taste and this is the finished product. No candied fruits or hard buns but their favourite sweeties.”

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Rosemarie Manasco’s

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Karina benteolo

Do you happen to know the receipe for the original rosary coquitos and the cross.

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