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Urban legend says the buyer was Fabio Lanzoni (yes, that Fabio, from the margarine commercial), and, while this author desperately wants that story to be true, actual corroboration has not been forthcoming.
Add sugar, baking powder, vanilla, eggs and margarine.
It is found in many supermarket products including bread, pastries, cereal, peanut butter, chocolate and margarine.
Since a merger of British soapmakers and Dutch margarine merchants in 1929, Unilever has been a dual-nationality company.
In a bowl, beat margarine, sugars and peanut butter until just combined.
Set aside about 2 tablespoons butter, add remaining butter and margarine to sugar mixture; return to heat and cook, stirring until thick.
To prepare batter, beat margarine, cream cheese, sugar, yogurt, egg, orange zest, and vanilla with a mixer on medium speed.
With pastry blender or 2 knives used scissor-fashion, cut in margarine or butter until mixture resembles coarse crumbs.
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Definition of margarine for English Language Learners
: a food that resembles butter and is made from vegetable oils
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