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Explanation: Yes, it's a food. It's described as "sweet danish dough twisted around a cinnamon filling and dusted with cinnamon sugar" on the following site: http://www.justdesserts.com/new/cinnamon_twist.htm. If you look at the picture on that page, you can see it looks sort of like a braid, which is why I suggest "trenza." However, Simon and Schuster gives "rosca" as a meaning for "twist", referring to bread, so maybe you could use "rosca de canela", if you can call that shape a "rosca."