Danish

A Danish typically is a circular, single-serving pastry made of eggy yeast-dough layered with plenty of butter and typically enclosing jam, fruits, cream cheese, or nuts. The kringle of Racine, Wisconsin, is an extra-large Danish serving six to eight people. Although they came to the U.S. from Denmark, Danish pastries actually originated in Vienna, brought north by Austrian bakers who settled in Denmark in the mid 1800s.

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Fruit tart is topped with peaches, blackberries, and gooseberries
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