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The Knight Life by Keith Knight for January 14, 2022

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    Yontrop  5 days ago

    “Danish” is a pale imitation of what they bake in Denmark.

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    Yontrop  5 days ago

    On the other hand, apple pie (with or without ice creem) and the ice creem cone are better choices for something “American”.

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    Masterskrain Premium Member 5 days ago

    F.Y.I.: Fruitcake isn’t American. The history of fruitcake goes way back, all the way to ancient Rome. A recipe from 2000 years ago had pomegranate seeds, pine nuts and raisins mixed into a cake made out of barley mash.

    Later in the Middle Ages, fruitcakes with honey, preserved fruit and spices were popular.

    Fruitcake made with butter and sugar was banned for a while in Europe in the 18th century because it was thought to be just too rich and tasty. From the 19th century on fruitcake became a traditional wedding cake in England.

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    me_the_polish_gull  5 days ago

    What about New York cheesecake?

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    bxclent  Premium Member 5 days ago

    they are freedom croissants :)

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