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French Palm Sunday aniseed biscuit by Carol Dumousseau

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Coloured aniseed sweets decorate and flavour this special biscuit made in the Charente region of France, not from Paris as the plate might suggest. The biscuits were threaded on the blessed palm sticks and sold at the church.
For those who can read french: CORNUELLE

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food, biscuit, dessert, easter, aniseed

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  • Simon Duckworth
    Simon Duckworthover 1 year ago


    Thank you for adding your work to the group – we look forward to seeing more!
    Click the banner to see your work in the group! 15th March 2013 0810

  • waddleudo
    waddleudoover 1 year ago

    Oh! I’m surprised to read the description on this cookie shape. If you Google, UFO, Brussels, you’ll see a history of a triangular shaped UFO photographed over Brussels – having a circular light in the center, and glowing lights on the three points! I wonder what the real origins are of this Palm Sunday cookie! ; )
    Cordially, Ellen

  • :)) Supposed origins explained if you click the link. Religious representing the Holy Trinity or pagan representing the female sex and fecundity – you choose :)

    – Carol Dumousseau

  • Lynn Gedeon
    Lynn Gedeonover 1 year ago

    Nice combination of shapes!

  • EdsMum
    EdsMumover 1 year ago

    Congratulations – 16/03/2013 – Shirley

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