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Be sure not to skip the Bach Würfel truffle, a bonbon consisting of nut truffle, coffee truffle, marzipan and dark chocolate that was created on the occasion of Bach’s 300th birthday in 1985.
So British that the weekly baking challenges often include dessert insanity such as a tennis cake, a fruitcake atop which is perched an elaborately-detailed, grass tennis court rendered in marzipan and fondant.
Press the marzipan neatly around the cake so the seam ends up at one corner.
Trim any excess marzipan and cut a very thin slice off each end of the cake for a neat edge.
After the kids leave, the empty shop plays host to an army of Fellini-esque creatures who display some sharp parade-square moves: marzipan archers, sugarplums with spears, delicious-looking gingerbread men.
Who needs teeth in a world seemingly made of marzipan?
Late Harvest Semillon Sauvignon Blanc: A light golden Sauternes-style wine, this offers rich golden pear and apricot fruit, sumptuous honey, almond marzipan and crisp acidity.
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