Holiday and Dessert Specials

In many historically Christian countries, buns are traditionally eaten hot or toasted on Good Friday, with the cross standing as a symbol of the Crucifixion. They are believed by some to pre-date Christianity, although the first recorded use of the term “hot cross bun” was not until 1733; it is believed that buns marked with a cross were eaten by Saxons in honour of the goddess Eostre (the cross is thought to have symbolised the four quarters of the moon); “Eostre” is probably the origin of the name “Easter“. Others claim that the Greeks marked cakes with a cross, much earlier.

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Resch's Bakery | Columbus, Ohio
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Our first and basic ingredient is customer satisfaction, followed by a dedication to using the best ingredients to create a true from-scratch treat. It's all about the dessert. It's what we do, always have done and always will do... desserts and CAKES. Come in and see what we have today. Visit our holiday pages for Christmas and Thanksgiving selections.