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Old 07-28-2018, 04:07 PM   #46175
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If the Amerikaner's have Grand Mariner and a really good dark chocolate in the glaze, I'll take two. I'm too American, I like my Berliner's raspberry filling and powdered sugar, rather than the more tradition plum filling and cinnamon sugar coating. Now if you've got some Franzbr÷tchen, I'm in.

For those who didn't have a bunch of Amish and German relatives who made the best Christmas and Easter goodies: Amerikaner are soft vanilla cookies that are turned over and the "bottom" glazed half and half with chocolate and vanilla glaze. Berliner's are miniature jelly doughnuts. Hamburger is a chocolate coated marshmallow squashed between the halves of a bread roll. Franzbr÷tchen is a cross between a croissant and a cinnamon roll.

Do you guys make poppy seed rolls? I know they make a version in Austria. I only know the Polish name, makowiec. Dr Rachkowski was our neighbor back when I was in high school. She taught me how to make makowiec for good luck at Christmas.

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