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Dear Friend,

This Sue is telling us about her Christmas traditions. Can you spot the English word for 'Pfefferkuchen'?

Happy Reading!
Torsten Daerr

This comes from Sue:
...The build-up to Christmas begins earlier and earlier these days, with the big shops starting to stock Christmas merchandise in September - a bit too early for most people.
However, buying and making Christmas gifts begins in earnest in November. I cook my Christmas cake late October or early November.
It is a traditional cake, a very ricj dark fruit cake, that is it is full of sultanas, raisins, currants, glace fruit, almonds. It takes 2-3 hours to bake, then we store it in a tin until two weeks before Christmas, "feeding" it once a week with brandy or whisky. Then it is covered with marzipan and a week later it is iced.
When I was a child all our food was traditionally very English, today, we buy Stollen (the best thing to be imported to UK) and pannetone (from Italy.) We buy a lot of German biscuits, the gingerbread and/or cinnamon ones. Delicious....

Dear Friend,

What how do you prepare for Christmas? Do you bake your own Stollen or gingerbread?
Looking forward to reading your emails
Best regards
Sue Darville, Bristol


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