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Camilla-Salem Camilla-Salem 3 years
Our croquembouche was amazing. I want one every year on our anniversary. ;)
Fitmari Fitmari 3 years
 @prariefaerie I can't speak for Denmark but the cake pictured has norwegian flags so I just thought about our traditions ;)     
prariefaerie prariefaerie 3 years
My Husband is Danish and kransekake was served at our wedding because it is a desert for special occasions and celebrations...the flags are decorations.
Fitmari Fitmari 3 years
I'm norwegian and kransekake is not a weddingcake... it's for our independence day primarily, hence the flags. But they do look cool, and as the recipe says, pretty healthy!
Dea2559038 Dea2559038 3 years
Ducks do not mate for life; geese do. My family raised ducks, and the males have no loyalty at all. Lest you think this is a by-product of being domesticated (and ours were free-range and antibiotic-free), wild ducks are also nasty, little critters. (Seriously, Google "wild duck rape." Or...just...don't.)   Ducks are delicious. Their fat is excellent for cooking. Their eggs make magnificent baked goods. And the feathery bastards are the only animal I haven't felt a twinge about eating.  
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