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User avatar #7 - ljxjlos (04/27/2013) [-]
I approve of this sudden increase of denmark-related posts.
By the way, as a german, I have a dire question. Everytime I visited denmark in the past,I was eating this genius cake. they had it in every bakery. It was kind of a roll surrounded by marzipan with chocolate on both sides. We have similar stuff here in germany, but it doesn´t taste nearly as good. How are these calles exactly?
#337 to #7 - siathedragoness (10/15/2013) [-]
stundenter brød ,maybe
User avatar #341 to #337 - ljxjlos (10/15/2013) [-]
Holy heck, that was quite a while ago.

Thanks for the answer, tho.

I´ve been to Denmark during this time, tho and it actually is Træstamme
#342 to #341 - siathedragoness (10/19/2013) [-]
#81 to #7 - rasmuswulrich (04/28/2013) [-]
It's called a "Træstamme" and it's basically old cake that has been mashed together and then gotten some marzipan wrapped around it. delicious!! :D
User avatar #84 to #81 - ljxjlos (04/28/2013) [-]
Already got the answer, but thanks! Yeah, it´s tasty as hell, I´m really looking forward to eating it again if I manage to go to denmark again this year. This and the hellish tasty hotdogs, the cake...and even more than landscape. God, how I miss the dunes and the windmills.Dyou can´t imagine
#58 to #7 - Dun (04/27/2013) [-]
KAJ KAGE! Just kidding, dunno what you're talking about :-(
User avatar #59 to #58 - ljxjlos (04/27/2013) [-]
What the **** ? I mean, I already got my answer, but what the **** ? I know these things, too...also danish, I suspect?
#60 to #59 - Dun (04/27/2013) [-]
I just love Kaj kages...
#37 to #7 - anon (04/27/2013) [-]
You're probably talking about a træstamme.

Try googling "træstamme kage".
User avatar #38 to #37 - ljxjlos (04/27/2013) [-]
Jup, that is what I was looking for, OP already told me. Thanks, though!
#30 to #7 - achselschweiss (04/27/2013) [-]
Is this what you're talking about?

User avatar #31 to #30 - ljxjlos (04/27/2013) [-]
Similar, but I know it in white...but I already got the answer, thanks!
User avatar #8 to #7 - xorioz (04/27/2013) [-]
In Danish Træstamme. Directly translated that means trunk as in the trunk of the tree.
What it's actually called in English i don't know.
User avatar #9 to #8 - ljxjlos (04/27/2013) [-]
I don´t know, how it´s called in english, sorry. In germany, they sell it simply as "Marzipanrolle", meaning...well, marzipan roll, I guess.D

But thanks, though, I definitely have to order some of these, if my plans to visit Denmark again, this year fail. I really miss it, I have to say.
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