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1) Danzig Goldwasser or Danziger Goldwasser, which contains flecks of gold leaf.

2) You ordered a grilled cheese, bacon and tomato sandwich with a coke, make it fast to go.
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3) The American version, Baked Alaska, was created at Delmonico's Restaurant in New York City in 1876, in honor of the newly acquired territory of Alaska. Early versions of omelette surprise, glace au four, or omelette a la norvegienne, date back to at least 1802, when it was served at a White House dinner.
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4) Oysters Rockefeller, supposedly named for John D. Rockefeller because it was "as rich as Rockefeller" or because it was green, like money.
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5) Morbier, from the Franche-Comte.

6) Tamarind.
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7) c) They all contain garlic.
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8) b) Sorghum.



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