Kumba is a traditional cake prepared by Musa Daghians or Anjarians for the St. Sarkis Day (Armenian equivalent of St. Valentine's Day). Kumba was made the night before the holiday. A piece of coin was hidden in the cake. The next day, the Kumba was cut into portions, one piece for each member of the family. The person getting the piece with the coin was the luckiest of the year. In our household, we never made Kumba before. Our late grandma used to make it. So did my aunts. This recipe is Parantzem's version of Ani Kergin's recipe.