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  • Kuchen is a German word for a "coffeecake raised with yeast, often contaianing fruits and nuts."

    Plum Sour Cream Kuchen

  • And here's my impression of Wikipedia: Kuchen, the German word for cake, is used in other languages as the name for several different types of sweet desserts ...

    Fresh Blackberry Kuchen

  • You can have a look at my site, I love to bake cake - "Kuchen", you'll find it in the right sidebar - is that all typical German?

    German Chocolate Cake( Baking Illustrated)....

  • "I'm not only the CFO, but I'm also the 'OFO': the only financial officer," says Stephen Kuchen , chief financial officer at PacificHealth Laboratories, a Matawan, N.J., nutrition-technology company.

    U.S. Firms Clash Over Accounting Rules

  • Well, i'm german and I guess you meant Fekalien-Kuchen and Wo ist die Toilette.

    Look Out, Germany

  • Ich haette gern so ein Kuchen beim Abfahrt nach Deutschland als Studentin.

    Look Out, Germany

  • At least this Kuchen is better than a pocus in the eye with a sharp Sticken.

    Look Out, Germany

  • I guess I'll be dreaming about "Gross unpassend fliegend Fekalie-Kuchen!" tonight.

    Look Out, Germany

  • This entry was posted on February 11, 2008 at 10: 42 am and is filed under American Cooking, Spices, Yeasted Cakes, Kuchen, Coffee Cakes.

    Lydia M. Child’s Loaf Cake « Baking History

  • This entry was posted on January 1, 2008 at 8: 20 pm and is filed under Blog Events, Fruit, Jewish Cooking, Spices, Yeasted Breads, Yeasted Cakes, Kuchen, Coffee Cakes.

    Kuchen Roll (bbd #05) « Baking History


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