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  • There were little round cup cakes made of almond paste that melts in the mouth; there were Schnecken glazed with

    Dawn O'Hara, the Girl Who Laughed

  • I've been keepin 'count an' I've seen her eat three Schnecken, two cream puffs, a Nusshornchen and a slice of Torte with two cups of coffee.

    Dawn O'Hara, the Girl Who Laughed

  • While Trudi would set out her mother’s flowered cups, saucers, and pastry plates on the freshly ironed tablecloth, Leo would walk to the bakery near the Protestant church—humoring Trudi’s boycott of Hansen’s bakery though she’d never told him her reasons—and buy Bienenstich or Schnecken for his daughter and her new friend.

    Stones from the River

  • While Trudi would set out her mother’s flowered cups, saucers, and pastry plates on the freshly ironed tablecloth, Leo would walk to the bakery near the Protestant church—humoring Trudi’s boycott of Hansen’s bakery though she’d never told him her reasons—and buy Bienenstich or Schnecken for his daughter and her new friend.

    Stones from the River

  • While Trudi would set out her mother’s flowered cups, saucers, and pastry plates on the freshly ironed tablecloth, Leo would walk to the bakery near the Protestant church—humoring Trudi’s boycott of Hansen’s bakery though she’d never told him her reasons—and buy Bienenstich or Schnecken for his daughter and her new friend.

    Stones from the River

  • While Trudi would set out her mother’s flowered cups, saucers, and pastry plates on the freshly ironed tablecloth, Leo would walk to the bakery near the Protestant church—humoring Trudi’s boycott of Hansen’s bakery though she’d never told him her reasons—and buy Bienenstich or Schnecken for his daughter and her new friend.

    Stones from the River

  • While Trudi would set out her mother’s flowered cups, saucers, and pastry plates on the freshly ironed tablecloth, Leo would walk to the bakery near the Protestant church—humoring Trudi’s boycott of Hansen’s bakery though she’d never told him her reasons—and buy Bienenstich or Schnecken for his daughter and her new friend.

    Stones from the River

  • Sometimes, when he had money and the bell of the Hansen bakery truck rang from the street, he bought us Schnecken, and we’d uncoil the glazed pastry ribbons so we could loosen the raisins with our tongues and eat them first.

    Floating in My Mother’s Palm

  • Sometimes, when he had money and the bell of the Hansen bakery truck rang from the street, he bought us Schnecken, and we’d uncoil the glazed pastry ribbons so we could loosen the raisins with our tongues and eat them first.

    Floating in My Mother’s Palm

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