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Americans have baseball and apple pie. Bavarian’s have brats, beer, and nutcrackers. Why nutcrackers, though? In Germany (and especially German Bavaria) nuts are common ingredient in desserts. The decorative, wooden handled, big mouthed pieces offered entertainment and a conversation piece as the family or guests awaited the final course. Leavenworth boasts our very own Nutcracker Museum, featuring everything from traditional German nutcrackers to historical stone pieces used as far back as the Roman Empire. Speaking of nutcrackers, that brings up another question…

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By |January 23rd, 2024|Categories: Blog|

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By |October 12th, 2023|Categories: Blog|

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