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 Where did marzipan originate?

Answer Marzipan's origin is unknown. It was most likely from somewhere in the Middle East and brought into Europe during the Crusades. In the 14th century, the German town of Lubeck became known for its p... Read More »
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What is a marzipan pig?

Marzipan is a sweet paste made of ground almonds and sugar that is used in candy making and baking or eaten alone. In northern Europe, marzipan in the shape of a pig is a traditional winter holiday... Read More »
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Where did marzipan come from?

According to the Marzipan Love and Niederegger websites, marzipan is also known as marchpane and marzapane. It is believed that marzipan has its roots in China. The almond paste and sugar confectio... Read More »
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What country does marzipan come from?

Marzipan, a mixture of crushed almonds, sugar and enough liquid to form a paste, has been traced back to Egypt nearly 4,000 years ago. However, it likely predates even that history. As a specialize... Read More »
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What is marzipan candy?

Marzipan is an often misunderstood, but much loved confection. There are several variations to the recipe, depending on your country of origin. However, the basic marzipan candy always has the same... Read More »
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