How much do you know about marzipan

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Niederegger: Lübeck's reputation as a producer of fine-quality marzipan grew when Niederegger was founded on March 1, 1806 by Johann Georg Niederegger.

Marzipan production: By the early 19th century, marzipan, traditionally the choice of monarchs and the nobility, was becoming popular with the ordinary people.

Königsberg marzipan: Königsberg marzipan is a type of marzipan traditionally produced in the former German city of Königsberg. After World War II, Königsberg.

Turkey: Marzipan is believed to have been introduced into Eastern Europe by the Turks, also during the Middle Ages. It was most notably.

One Thousand and One Nights: Almond paste, made from ground sweet almonds, is mentioned several times in the book 'One Thousand and One Nights.

Manufacturing tradition: Königsberg marzipan is known for its flamed surface, which results in a wonderful golden-brown finish. It contains rose water and is often filled with jam.

Spain: Marzipan was being enjoyed in Spain as early as the 12th century, produced from almonds imported from the Levant region.

Origins: One theory suggests that marzipan found its way from the Middle East to Europe through.

Lübeck: Later, Baltic port cities like Lübeck in Germany (illustrated) and Tallinn in Estonia became well known as centers of marzipan production. 

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