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    St. Martin's Bread (German holiday bread)

    Fri Oct 14, 2005 10:55 am Groupie
    Hello everyone! My first post and I have to say thank you to everyone for all of your awesome recipes and ideas!! icon_lol.gif

    My hubby is from Germany and he asked me to post a request for a bread recipe called St. Martin's Day Bread. It is usually shaped to look like men. Any help would be awesome!

    Fri Oct 14, 2005 12:56 pm Groupie
    I found an article with a brief sentence as follows, but did not find a recipe (at least not in English) "In an old German tradition, children on St. Martin's Day sing Martin's songs (Martinslieder) and rhymes in exchange for gifts called Martinswecken or Martinsbretzlen, bread shaped as men with clay pipes." You might want to also post your request in the German Forman
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