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sweets recipes from the world
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Sweets Recipes from the World sweets recipes from the world Sweets Recipes from the World Sweets Recipes from the World Monday, 28 April 2014 Original Belgian Speculoos: There are several interpretations for the origins of the name Speculoos. It may derive from Latin speculum, which means mirror, and refer to the fact that the images are cut as a mirrored bas-relief into a wooden stamp which is then used to decorate the Speculoos. Another explanation of the name refers to the Latin word speculator which, among other meanings, could also refer to a bishop or St Nicholas' epithet 'he who sees everything'. Specerij, the Dutch word for spice, is another possible origin. In the United States, New Zealand and Australia, speculoos are often sold as Belgian Spice Cookies or Dutch Windmill cookies or Biscoff cookies. The Belgian city of Hasselt is known for a local variety of speculoos. On January 13, 1870 Antonie Depl e, a baker from Hasselt, acquired a license for Hasselt speculoos: 'une esp ce de pain d'amandes connu sous le nom de sp culation' (A kind of almond 'bread' known under the name sp culation.) He sold this version locally and abroad. The German Spekulatius, traditional in Westphalia and the Rhineland, is of the same origin and is very similar. It is popular throughout the country around Christmas and usually not available at other times of the year. It is mostly eaten in regions close to the Netherlands, though. Ingredients: 150 grams of weak flour (sifted), 100 grams of butter, 1 egg yolk, 125 grams of cassonade (if possible) or