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A wheat bun cake filled with sweet stuffing. Where is eaten and on what occasion?
France - Fat Tuesday
Poland - Fat Thursday
in Russia - Maslenica
Sweden - Fat Tuesday
The Fat Tuesday -Because it is the last day before the Lenten fast, a tradition has developed of eating buns, called "semla". The day is also called "White Tuesday" because the buns are made out of white flour.
What do the letters M in M&M's stand for?
Milk & Mead
Mars & Murrie
Milwaukee & Madison
Military & Melting
The letters M stand for M&M's creators: Forrest Mars, Sr. (the son of Chicago candy maker and Snickers bar creator Franklin Clarence Mars) and Bruce Murrie (the son of William Murrie, president of the Hershey Company). The idea for the candy was copied by Mars from British soldiers during the Spanish Civil War.
Who created the famous "Mozartkugel" chocolates?
A Mozartkugel (English: Mozart ball), is a small, round sugar confection made of pistachio marzipan and nougat that is covered with dark chocolate. It was originally known as Mozart-Bonbon, created in 1890 by Salzburg confectioner Paul Fürst (1856–1941) and named after Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
Where do the wild cocoa forests grow?
In northern Mexico
In Côte d'Ivoire
In eastern Brazil
Currently, cocoa trees are not found in the wild.
Who designed the Chupa-Chups logo?
The brand was founded by the Spaniard Enric Bernat in 1958, who started his business in Catalonia. It is currently owned by the Italian multinational corporation Perfetti Van Melle.
Where was Haribo confectionery company founded?
Haribo is a German confectionery company, founded in 1920 in Bonn by Johannes "Hans" Riegel, Sr. The company name is the abbreviation of "HAns RIegel BOnn"
What is the name of the highest mountain of the Dolomites?
The Dolomites are a part of Southern Limestone Alps located in northeastern Italy. Marmolada (3342 m) is located about 100 kilometres north-northwest of Venice, from which it can be seen on a clear day.
What substance is not an ingredient of chocolate?
Psilocybin is a naturally occurring psychedelic prodrug compound produced by more than 200 species of mushrooms, collectively known as psilocybin mushrooms. Psilocybin next to LSD is the most popular and the most commonly used psychedelic.
Where does the name " éclair" (cookies) come from?
from the rain
An éclair (also known as a sweet baguette) is an oblong pastry made with choux dough filled with a cream and topped with chocolate icing. The word comes from French éclair "flash of lightning", so named because it is eaten quickly (in a flash).
Where does "Mentos" come from?
Mentos (stylized as mentos) is a brand of prepackaged scotch mints sold in stores and vending machines. First produced in the Netherlands in 1948, it is currently sold in more than 130 countries worldwide by the Dutch corporation Perfetti Van Melle. The mints are small oblate spheroids, with a slightly hard exterior and a soft, chewy interior.