From my Bread Maker's Bible, this looks like a really cool and extravagant sweet bread. It immediately conjured up images of festivities and sugar skulls to me so a quick Googling revealed that this bread is traditionally baked in Mexico in the weeks preceding Dia de los Muertos (11/2.) It is often decorated with bone-like pieces, so raid the Halloween clearance for bone sprinkles! Book recommends pink sugar crystals. See Recipe #429187 for how to hydrate dried orange rind or make your own zest!