They’re the spiced cookie with the funny sounding (to American ears) name. Pfeffernusse — or, “pepper nuts” in English — contain neither pepper nor nuts. And for centuries, the original recipe has been a closely guarded secret. Baker and podcaster Glen Warren joins me in this episode.
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Music in This Episode
- “The Poplar Grove” — Blue Dot Sessions, via Free Music Archive
- “Midvinter” — Scott Buckley, via scottbuckley.com.au
- “Felix Mendelssohn: Songs Without Words” Vassily Primakov, via Free Music Archive
- “The First Noel – Silent Night” — Ralph Rousseau Meulenbroeks, via Magnatune Compilation
- “Piano Moment” — Zakhar Valaha Music, via Pixabay
- “Jingle Bells” — Scott Holmes Music, via Free Music Archive
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Author: Brian Earl
Title: Backstory — Pfeffernusse