A few days ago, I made one of my husband's favorite desserts. He loves peach cobbler and he loves capirotada, I don't know which one he likes best but the latter one, he will eat a 9x13 baking dish full of it in just a matter of 3 to 4 days. Yes, the name sounds weird but it is a family tradition of many years handed down from my grandmother to my mother and now me. Hopefully, someday, my daughter will make this for her husband/kids/friends. Capirotada is a bread pudding of sorts, that's the best way I can describe it.
I don't really have a recipe for it as I pretty much just eyeball the amounts of each ingredient and make it that way. It is a simple dish that includes bananas, raisins, bread, cinnamon, cheese and piloncillo/brown sugar but it does taste good. I make it every year for Easter. While I make it, the house smells wonderful with all the aroma of the ingredients - especially the cinnamon, wafting from the kitchen. I enjoy making it but what I really enjoy is watching others enjoy eating it.