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Who Put the Baby in King Cake?
"We Cubans Mark Our holidays with glee cheer and often mouth watering desserts. Entered the New Orleans King. Cake the frosted coffee cake like sweet roll typically eaten between January sixth and fat Tuesday. Which is the day before lent begins? It's a staple of the Mardi gras season for those unfamiliar with this festive dessert. The New Orleans version is often made of rich Danish style dough braided and shaped into a large ring in often with one or a variety of fillings. Think cinnamon sugar chocolate. Raspberry preserves chopped sugar cons or sweetened. Cream cheese it's usually covered in a suite glazer frosting and decorated with Gold Green and purple sugar or icing and of course hidden somewhere within the tender layers of this frosted treat is a small plastic baby which sounds real weird if you're unfamiliar so let's back up a little. Because the origins of King cake go way back and yes. There are kings involved. Kim Cake derives from the holiday. Three Kings Day also called tiffany which is a Christian Feast Day celebrated on January sixth with the day after the Twelfth Day Christmas this holiday celebrates the Biblical Tale of the Three Kings Aka. Three wise men or madge by visiting the baby. Jesus it kicks off the Mardi Gras or carnival season which lasts until the first day of lent which is a moving holiday that falls forty days before Easter. Anyway the three kings are. Why can cakes are a seasonal treats in the shape of a crown or a more or less circular band anyway? Those three colors decorated with our symbolic purple for justice. Green for faith and gold for power and tradition holds that the plastic baby in the cake represents Jesus just as Jesus showed himself to the three wise men he will show himself to those enjoying king cake. Whoever finds the baby in there slice is crowned King or Queen for a day or hosts the next Mardi gras celebration or at least buys the cake next year? It's a lucky. Token other Tokens Coins. Peas. Pecans beans were what was up in the past and may still show up hundreds of thousands of king cakes or sold at New Orleans Mardi gras season. I couldn't track down a firm total but the big commercial bakeries ramp up to producing three thousand five hundred king cakes per day. Their busiest the Danish style dough is the most popular. But it's not the only kind either flakier or fluffier dough can sometimes be found and New Orleans isn't the only place to serve king cakes by far in northern France. You can find glut their Roy a flaky. Puff Pastry was sweet almond. Filling Bulgaria and Greece have similar dishes traditionally served around the New Year but the New Orleans. Pancake is closer to the Toda. Roy from southern France made with Brioche and the Rosca de raise from Spain a ring of sweet bread topped with icing and candied fruit. Which makes sense given these Spanish and southern French settlers and colonists who got the city started in the seventeen hundreds but Mardi gras and other carnival celebrations have roots. That go way back. People have been celebrating the end of winter and the return of longer warmer days up forever. Since the first brave human dared to celebrate ancient Babylonia may have held first Carnival Circuit Two thousand six hundred BC E. This was a festival that celebrated Mirth and change through satire by making a show of role reversals. There would be a parade through the streets. A pair of peasants would be royalty for the day and royalty would act like fools pranks played. Folks would wear costumes depicting social classes other than their own and everyone partied. Sound a little familiar. These traditions were incorporated into and or disseminated through Grecian and Roman cultural traditions. The first king cakes make all the way back ancient Rome. As part of the celebration of Saturnalia. A Winter Solstice and harvest festival a pastry would be baked with the fava bean hidden inside and the finder would be named king for the day. The tradition became a part of epiphany celebrations in the Middle Ages. The fava bean was sometimes replaced by porcelain token of a crowned head to take some of the pagan out of it. When Spain France spread their outposts to the Americas the king tradition came with them and took on a life of Zone particularly in New Orleans. The baby trinket didn't come along until a bakery called Mackenzie's came up with the idea in the nineteen fifties. At first these figures were made out of porcelain and baked inside the cake. But we're eventually replaced with plastic which comes alongside the cake due to concerns about baking plastic. These early cakes were more brioche like or pedals they like and didn't have filling. That didn't come around until the nineteen eighties as acres began adding more eggs and sugar to the recipes or straight up switching to Danish pastry recipes. An anecdotal tail puts the first commercial. Filled can cakes in New Orleans tonight. Eighty-three according to Baker Jones semen that year baked four filled cakes? Her husband took one to work and they got twenty five calls about filled cakes within thirty minutes through the nineteen eighties and nineties. Cajun and creole food became national trends and shipping technology improved as well allowing for more or less affordable overnight shipping then in two thousand four the tragedy of Hurricane Katrina honed New Orleans sense of community history and pride and both local and national hunger for these traditional dishes which means that celebrates have a veritable glut of kinky options today. Miniature king cakes can kick doughnuts. Can Kate Vodka can take bourbon? Milk Punch can kick smoothies and of course in a city that loves the party. A whole can cake festival held in late. January
"rosca" Discussed on Q95
"rosca" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Right now, the timing is right for Luke Walton? According to Bobby marks ESPN MBA front office 'insider who said as much on the wall can't show on Friday. I think if you were Luke you probably kind of drew line in the sand. I know he had another year left on his contract. But he did not want to let this linger any much longer basically pick a direction you want me back, and maybe add some years to my contract or let me go pursue a job like Sacramento, or Memphis, or some of these other openings right now because the of this weight lukewarm will probably out of a job and not having a new hope. So yes, it stings probably for lose losing his. Job. But I think probably in the long run it will probably work out fine for him, especially getting out of that mess or being sent away from that best by the Los Angeles Lakers. Here's why the coaching search by the Lakers is a bad idea. And not because they fired Luke Walton his loyalty was not going to be reward. Anyway, he was dead coach walking the whole time, especially when things really went haywire with all the injuries, and the trade that did not happen for Anthony Davis when the New Orleans pelicans, the reason is is that rob Pelinka should not be leading the coaching. Search just because he's last man standing he should not be the guy that's in charge of hiring the next head coach of the Los Angeles Lakers that person should be Jeanie Buss. She should be the one that makes that call. She should be the one part of the interviewing process, she should not be leaving anybody. I don't care how long they've been in that organization to her. She should not be leaving the anybody making the most important decision that she's had to make or had to be a part of in a long long time. Especially with the off season and free agency at all by the way, they have to LeBron James guy there that they gotta makes it a placate age. Rosca ESPN NBA insider said it best about this. He says whatever's going to happen. What was going to be a new head coach? This is all or should be all Jeanie Buss is much as this has been about. Magic Johnson this week. It's really about Jeanie Buss in about how she wants to run the Lakers, and she cannot run the Lakers the way her dad, did it was a different time. It was a different era, and it's a very different NBA, and it cannot their GM or the president. It can't be the in their mind. The most qualified Laker a lump.
"rosca" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Rosca Salvatori time out kid family. That's devastating win Delano male a male dot com. Secretary of homeland security. Kirsten Nielsen says her department is saddened by the death of a seven-year-old migrant girl just hours after she was taken at a US border patrol custody. Speaking on FOX and friends Nielsen says, it's an unfortunate incident. It's heart wrenching is what it is. In my heart goes out to the family all of olive DHS s. You know, this is just a very sad example of the dangers of this journey this family chose to cross illegally the battle. Meanwhile, continuing over the border wall, Oregon Senator Jeff Merkley says the idea of a solid wall is a bad one in the first place, the border guard itself says a concrete wall is an absolute mistake. They say the border guard needs to be able to see what's going on on the other side that the wall doesn't stop any bad things from happening. It just makes it impossible for the folks on our side to see what's developing. That's why Merkley and his fellow Democrats have said fencing is a better idea than the president's wall. Here's a president who's claiming he wants a wall for security, but it does the opposite. If the issue isn't resolved by the December twenty first deadline, the president vows to follow through on his shutdown threat. Linda Kenyon, Washington. The president is continuing his search for a new White House chief of staff deputy press secretary HOGAN Gidley says there are five people. He's considering we expect him to make an announcement pretty quickly. Obviously, obviously if the president and the chief of staff. Make out another deal and extended they can do that. It's their prerogative to do. So the pre right now currently John Kelly is expected to leave the first year. The president is also expected to make an announcement eminently. I'm not gonna tell you that's gonna be. I definitely don't have any tips for you.
"rosca" Discussed on KTOK
"Possible. Well, I have to go to the race to see like your optimism. Well, okay. How about this? How about this? I used to have to kind of close that bad. Either left eye to focus better on what I was shooting. And maybe now I won't have to. Not supposed to do it in the first place. Okay. We've been over this. Well, it doesn't matter as however you carry or whatever I used to aim remember guns forever. So Mike Rosca general manager over at h h shooting sports Oklahoma's home for guns gear when we start wearing more clothes. I guess that's a good excuse to roll out the nineteen eleven and start carrying it. Absolutely. I reached back into the safe and pull out the big guns. I can I can cover. Absolutely. We can it's it's great. Now. You don't have to be a veteran to enjoy your Veterans Day special. Absolutely not while it is in celebration of veterans and their sacrifices. We've got a huge number of guns that we're going to have on sale and anybody can come in and take advantage of those deals what kind of deals are we talking about. And how long does this go on? So we're doing that Saturday Sunday and Monday, of course, and basically we've pulled some very special handguns. Rifles and shotguns. We're going to have them all set up in our classrooms with somebody there to help you. And they're going to be some really really great crisis. Some of those are going to be either at or slightly below cost and as usual with every purchase you get some time on the range to try things out. Absolutely. We're going to give you a shooters pass, which is good for you and guest.
"rosca" Discussed on KTOK
"Well, have to go to the race to see. Well, okay. How about this? How about this? I used to have to kind of close that bad. Either left eye to focus better on what I was shooting. And maybe now I won't have to not supposed to do it in the first place. Okay. We've been over there. Well, it doesn't matter as however you carry or whatever I used to aim remember guns forever. So Mike Rosca general manager over at h h shooting sports Oklahoma's home for guns and gear when we start wearing more clothes. I guess that's a good excuse to roll out the nine hundred eleven and start carrying it. Absolutely. I reached back into the safe and pull out the big guns. I can I can cover. Absolutely. We can it's it's great. Now. You don't have to be a veteran to enjoy your Veterans Day special. Absolutely not while it is in celebration of veterans and their sacrifices. We've got a huge number of guns that we're going to have on sale and anybody can come in and take advantage of those deals what kind of deals are we talking about. And how long does this go on? So we're doing that Saturday Sunday and Monday, of course, and basically we've pulled some very special handguns. Rifles and shotguns. We're going to have them all set up in our classrooms. With somebody there to help you and they're going to be some really really great crisis. Some of those are going to be either at or slightly below cost and as usual with every purchase you get some time on the range to try things out. Absolutely. We're going to give you a shooters pass, which is good for you and aghast three.
"rosca" Discussed on Sex With Emily
"I don't I stopped dating virgins when I was a sophomore in call right because the emotional attachment. They get today. We don't want to date a virgin, so to speak if someone had never been in a relationship, they're not gonna know what went right, and what what ROY. So when you start to recognize your past experiences in what your trigger points? Are it is innate, listen, if you go back anthropological, you're unsure you've read sex at dawn and a lot of people have it's a wonderful book. It's their view on. We were not created a programmed or evolving to be monogamous. I agree. And that doesn't mean that you have to go sleep around either leave the trooper relationship is not when you share your partner with others. It's when you share yourself completely with your partner. And then that point you and Rosca decide how can the sesame is here. Right. Right. Exactly. Right. But it's jealousy. You've got to understand your trigger points. And all right. What does it? Joyce my jealous or actually insecure. Sure that I'm gonna lose something. I have or that. I lost something the past that I don't ever wanna lose again. Right. Abandonment issues. Right. The second. I see him with someone else. It's going to be like, oh my God. Or she had her. What are just the physical women? Celebrate security. I guess you'd better than me right chronic watching someone else you've really got. I didn't did never touch his balls. Like that kind of thing. I don't know. I think at the moment it's just so hot that someone like he'd gives me. Great pleasure. And now he's giving someone else. Great pleasure. And because I trust him. So well that goes going home. I'm with him. See, and I understand how people can get really insecure about that in all my gosh. Is he gonna fall in love with her is he going to do this. But. Yeah. It's going both ways. But I don't ever get that. And if I do is start to get that little tingling, I just immediately tell him, right? Because it's not his fall. I tell him and he's done. So it's almost like you're observing him going. Wow. That's amazing that he and the other. It's almost like if he was like a lawyer and you watch him in like doing a trial. That's so hot house. Nice like gas him watching the other woman orgasm while being with me sexually because I'm also paying attention collie. It's not just except on the times. There are times she'll she'll say just focus on her completely on getting off right now. And they're trying she's with a man, I would say the same thing because I enjoy I'm a straight man and a guy or couple we really don't play with single guys any couple..
"rosca" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"Sometimes more is actually less, and that's exactly what the study found that even though it costs more to add a test the cost per cancer detected was lower when we added and the I two a mammogram, Dr Kerry Rosca, let a recent study which found that for women with dense breast tissue, adding M B I or molecular breast imaging to standard mammography was cost effective because it found nearly four times more cancers than mammography alone. So why is all of this important? Well, nearly half of all women over the age of forty have mammograms classified as dense. So what is happening more and more? Now that women are becoming more aware of dense breasts and the implications of having them they're seeking out additional screening tests while MRI and ultrasound. Have also been looked at as supplemental screening options data from this study shows N B I detects more cancers with fewer false positives. For Mayo Clinic Radio, I'm Vivian Williams. Six. Coach Ted Warner and to hear what he had to say about the offense blind. And then we'll come right back, and we'll open up the phones. Wonderful.
"rosca" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"One of thousands rosca may because alex is eight and a half when she died so i thought this is progress eighty turning nine something you know alex in the chief and it's just amazing i most assume as a parent and i'm not one i mean i have a schnauzer this is close as i get but on assuming as a parent i can't imagine what it's like to lose your baby but as a parent you could have easily just moved on with your life you you could have just said okay i need a fresh start always with alex in my memory and my heart but you you chose to stay on the path that alex started why is that liz can you tell us yes so honestly it was other people who continued to eliminate sans in continue to support the cause that made us realize that we had an opportunity to change things for other families and for other kids and we just decided to go for it and and see what we could do to make a difference so once again if we can help out today there are many ways to do it right i mean let's start with these t shirts the limit the limitations i love it's pretty simple it's a shirt with a limit on it point to the point and look with one hundred and fifty million you said one hundred fifty million rates so far that's right him look you know we we know that the most brilliant minds in the world these these doctors these scientists and all the people that work with them it's very expensive ride to try to figure these out in cancer isn't as one thing cancers for kids and all of its a million different things in so what cantor realize that yeah people don't understand that if one cancer is almost cured there a trillion more than haven't been so and i do know that as far as government funding goes for for cancer research.
Steph Curry, Washington and Hockey discussed on Jason and Alexis
"To go to tennessee today to campaign for republican senate candidate marsha blackburn yet another republicans leaving congress republican thomas garrett in a video released to the washington post said he's leaving congress to focus on recovering from alcoholism and to renew his commitment to family the announcement comes one week after he said during a news conference that he would not drop out of his midterm race in the video he says his alcoholism was known to those closest to him adding that he struggled with the decision to make it public it will be up to party leaders to pick a replacement for garrett in virginia's solidly republican fifth district colonel scott fox news to workers at a flight school in california are under arrest accused of kidnapping a chinese student pilots reading police say they got a phone call from tian xu she's brother in shanghai he said she told him some people threatened him and when he hadn't heard back from him the brother called the cops reading police found she at the municipal airport he told them out of fear he agreed to go with jonathan mcconnachie and kelsey hosur to head employees at a flight training school he'd been enrolled in they apparently told him he was here illegally and the us government wanted him out of the country and that they were going to send him back to china makovsky and jose were arrested at the airport and booked for conspiracy and kidnapping jose reportedly told police they were sending him back because his english wasn't strong enough for air traffic control jessica rosenthal paul fox news the golden state warriors are going to the nba finals for the fourth straight year playing cleveland for the fourth straight time rosca team over there so the other guys we got lock in on that sentences worry about that when we get home steph curry of the warriors beat the houston rockets on tnt in hockey vegas beat washington six four in game one of the.
"rosca" Discussed on NPR News Now
"Getting the results you seek there is wisdom in shifting focus she says the union will turn its attention toward electing more pro education candidates in november priest says the union does not speak for all teachers in the state and some may continue to walk but that is up to them and their school boards for npr news i'm emily went ller in oklahoma city some farm state lawmakers are saying president trump as top administration officials to look into rejoining talks on the transpacific partnership rosca senator ben sasse says during a meeting with midwest governors and lawmakers trump said he has deputised us trade representative robert lighthizer economic adviser larry cudlow look into getting back into the talks which the us pulled out of last year eleven other pacific rim countries signed a sweeping trade agreement last month came together after the us withdrawal we strengthen the tech sector and bank stocks how push the markets up today the dow gained two hundred ninety three points you're listening to npr a new report by the pew charitable trust find state run pension plans in worse trouble than ever for the latest year surveyed punitive analysis says unfunded liability of such plans reached a record one point four trillion dollars in two thousand sixteen part of the issue was that investment returns were worse than expected that year though pugh says underfunding by state governments was a major issue states put more money toward pensions they're struggling to pay for things like education public safety and parks the union representing movie and tv actors and other media professionals is calling for an end to auditions interviews and business meetings and private hotel rooms and residences here's npr's mandalit del barco sag after has issued a new code of conduct meant to protect its members from potential harassment and exploitation the guidelines urge producers and executives to no longer hold meetings in what are considered high risk locations and it wants its members to not agree to meetings in private hotel rooms and residences the you.
"rosca" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin
"Zahra it's funny that the looking at my twitter stream here not a lot of people are dying keep doc around it seems like they would be open the idea of kinda hitting the reset button in that department really people want to keep them here no they they that he he left it'd be like okay it's time to go to the next thing yeah it does seem like they're writings on the wall what that necessarily means and turns of what objective measures other than damn stripping him of his executive title them not winning championships with them and not anywhere near winning one they're not going to get a huge freeagent this year it just seems like it's a perfect time to depart and he's been here a long time yeah yeah the coaches it's it's not a lifetime gig is the way that that goes doctor clapper joining us for in the john as well and dot good to hear your voice with what does ahah thomas have to look forward to both in the short term in the long term well remember jordan hills remember in two thousand and he played for the lakers jordan hill had a hip off rosca and not just the labor was repaired in jordan hills case also some small fragments of cartilage were cleaned out and he came back and played so let me go on the record and say i'm very good friends with the surgeon in new york who is going to be doing surgery dr kelly who by the way clayton kershaw in two thousand and twelve for his hip and said don't have surgery and he was right but he is a innovator he's an amazing surgeon and i expect say thomas to come back very nicely from this urging now zia we were talking to mike today who said he didn't have the surgery the first time extensive rehab this time he's choosing to surgery can you walk us through that decision making process.
"rosca" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM
"Today on wings transnational feminist ninotchka rosca it third section isla de if not a word for individual liberation itit's award for collective liberacion i'm here today welcome to wings a series of news and current affairs programmes by and about women around the world produced and distributed by the women's international newsgathering service born in university educated in the philippines ninotchka rosca stood against the marcos dictatorship was imprisoned moved to hawaii and nineteen seventy seven and became us representative for the philippine left feminist organisation gabriela with other filipinas abroad she developed the us solidarity organisation gabriela network or cabinet which has evolved into a broader transnational feminist organization called of firm spelled a f numeral three i r m rosca is also a celebrated writer of fiction and commentaries in august 2017 ninotchka roast go spoke by phone from her home in new york to meghan murphy founder of the canadabased multi the media outlet feminist current ninotchka rose sca can you tell me about your early life you know i'm curious as to how you came to activism i want born and raised in the philippines and got both a secular and catholic education you know we're we're all got felix in the philippines about eighty.
"rosca" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast
"Obviously about the era of rats coleader is it caught a rosca leaders that would actually it's called lower that sort pronunciation barada it looks like aross sill later arrages later it's why not be aas lear yeah yep anyway uh yeah and then um and then after the show uh we get into a conversation and i completely think this was a great idea why don't we have dr dr jean come back on the show as a are nice guy resident sex expert who good idea allies could be good this could be good all right so anyway why don't we get to the interview with with dr jane would go through a whole bunch of stuff that you don't want to miss this this is a this is a really i i i get a little uncomfortable the interview this that's just as though i dr jingwen dear all night skies on list life is busy so busy and if you're in the busy zone you can easily get out of the intimacies own so dr jane quinn has been working for many years with couples who want to get their sex lives back i have a feeling this conversation is about to get pretty interesting so dr jane also known as the sect's dr she's here on the night skies welcome dr jane thank you so much thank you for having me i love this topic and i it's a huge honour to be here with you i i love the fact that you've actually maybe even listened to a shower too we had a chance to meet at the new media summit out in in san diego so you know this is not going to be just like your straight let me have the ten questions the ten answers conversation i think you already know that about me i totally get that at that you and i know that you're a wicked good dancer said that no hint that account for alah how let's have so our before we get into the topic i just want to ask your opinion.
"rosca" Discussed on The Friend Zone
"How much stone is ninety and go out there has been some bars it's like nobody should thought like every as the as hide we hold has become the industry standard on spike lee lee entirely some die boots and make a long ponytail aurora color we oil though we are ugly bang bang is a look so i like i obviously i just like people that make it exciting like i think as an artist you should have fun are israel fund industry come out with something ridiculous is always of donna rosca she was ridiculous and so i would i do leg of our cardi obviously not comparing donna rossin cardi's style go ahead and do it now because y'all you know the internet is no she did not compare the supreme with her what i just think it's fun hour i liked this is having fun at domestic fighting sonesta tiffany heard is who tweeted a cup i have used usid barbara szentesi taught her about cardi be in the enviros windy see it's you know barbara low key be with yes but she tweeted backed by a you did sis thank ya so the guiding by exactly all rights are so we're gonna post these categories on let the people decide and online at who the winner is song of the year may by jordan recai as well he's lessons of the sounds if you don't know them you have to liberty that's why we all need it perry lady god were you know we only did three and when overload jaw so galaxies by andy sauna for everybody bike has style uh album album of the year wore her pipe her more life by drake in lfm could taurel by says a artist of the year india sawn daniel caesar in cardiff be guided.
"rosca" Discussed on House of Carbs
"They thought it fast food would be doomed unless it uh unless it dawned the cloak of we know good nutrition even though that's absurd i mean it's a french fries never going to be healthy products right and also the absurd and this is what i get into in the episode after the french papers so it turns out to be false that vegetable oil is healthier for you then they've tallow that's also wrong so not only did they destroyed the french fry they gave us something that was worse for us from a health perspective so that everything about it was a mistake if they had any balls at all they would turn around and say we were wrong of a going back to fries the old way of a fact i you know i don't think it's impossible by the way the scientists now at this stage wear the number of people who are still clinging to the notion of saturated fat is the worst thing in the world is steadily dwindling and the evidence this is not there while it is funny the things that developed after that moment where they changed so they were ahead of the curve in terms of recognising the vulnerability of their their products to um you know a changing palette and are perhaps a and awareness are growing awareness among their consuming public of pursuing healthier food items and it wasn't you know um uh program movie like supersize me or something that shamed them um it was instead this this particularly vocal actor back in the late eighties early 90s this gentleman you you describe he'll sokolow your you tell his story phrasing millionaire from almandeb rosca who basically singlehandedly takes on.
"rosca" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Sunday with their front from eric rosca they face she has not been seen or heard from since her truck in his boat were found at the campsite musk is a convicted felon and has spent eleven years in prison for kidnapping and rape the woman's family believe he's being held against her will police say they are now searching for a rusty black 2006 chevy colorado with michigan played bvb seven six three one anyone with information is asked to call police the her hooper w j newsradio nine fifty wtmj news time 401 k time for traffic and weather together retired minutes on the aids let's check in with jeff defrasne has that dr don skidding better jim northbound i 75 after twelve mile road a crash there as just cleared checking be aaa jam cams no other problems to report at this time as we have light traffic volumes this early friday morning and a couple of overnight work zones have cleared for the day the two right lanes back open on westbound 696 from ryan i 75 both ramps at the dequindre exit have reopened an eastbound 94 from michigan avenue to wyoming the right lane now open in grand blanc i 75 northbound at holly road exit one are weight construction with elaine shifts there the exit to holly road closed as well in north bill beck road closed between eight a ninemile roads through november follow us on twitter at twitter w w j traffic i might have invented something new who knows.
"rosca" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Other the other mannoia iphone yes jin lag americanborn a son of german parents now we'll things are grown up in california i always heard a lot about japanese families and all the things that they've lost when they were put in these interment caps i wasn't that aware that this happened to germans yes i wasn't aware it all end up being halfjapanese myself i feel like i know more about interment than your average jane but i didn't know about the teheran teheran or the time tournament and it only happened when george to k the actor and activists wrote his musical leija since my husband who is of almost pierre german blood but american asked me you know where the german americans in turn to and i was like you know i have no idea so i started looking into it and they were mostly at this camp uh a crystal city in texas not in the numbers the japanese for there about ten thousand five hundred determine americans and turned as opposed to 100 and twenty thousand japaneseamericans on but still a pretty significant number that people don't know much about you mention are your husband is germanamerican yes he's germanamerican from the roadway based on a did you base christian migrants in i like an all american by football players in america tell you i will say my husband did play football for the university rosca of back when they were very good but i didn't faith him off of of of my husband but alatas the german americans came from wisconsin so i knew i wanted him to be sort of this cornfed wisconsin boy who more than my other two characters is very shocked by the state of the world no emmys a pretty worldly person leo grows a pretty affluent in austria christian you know it all going well is playing football in his backyard and bam they're like sorry your does probably spy let's intern you and that's where he meets every enemy they have them a little flair they do they have playing some way 'cause they're in a tense situation in this camp amine he know they have this conversation say is it just because we're here and there's nothing else to do.
"rosca" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Other man yes june lang americanborn a son of german parents now well things are grown up in kalfa when i always heard a lot about japanese families and all the things that they've lost when they were put in these intern caps i wasn't that aware that this happened to germans yes i wasn't aware all end up being halfjapanese myself i feel like i know more about interment than your average jane but i didn't know about the teheran teheran are the time tear meant an only happened when george to k the actor an activist wrote his musical allegiance my husband who is of almost pierre german blood but american asked me you know where the german americans in turn to and i was like you know i have no idea so i started looking into it and they were mostly at this camp it crystal city in texas not in the numbers the japanese for their about ten thousand five hundred tournamernt consumed turned as opposed to 100 and twenty thousand japaneseamericans on but still a pretty significant number that people don't know much about you mentioned are your husband is germanamerican yes his germanamerican from the weather based on a did you base christian migrants grissom is like an all american but football players under reservers it happen america tiehi i will say my husband did play football for the university of rosca back when they were very good but i didn't faith him off of of my husband but a lot of the german americans came from wisconsin since i knew i wanted him to be sort of this cornfed wisconsin boy who more than my other two characters is very shocked by the state of the world he no emmys a pretty worldly person leo grows a pretty affluent in austria christian you know it's also going while is playing football in his backyard and bam they're like sorry you're does probably spy leton turn you and that's where he meets a emmy.