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Did you know?
Szaloncukor is a traditional Hungarian Christmas sweet. It was originally made of fondant, covered by chocolate. It’s wrapped in shiny coloured foil, then hung on the Christmas tree as decoration by using strings. The French started to make the ancestor of this fondant dessert in the 14th century. Its recipe was spread in Hungary when German craftsmen migrated there in the 19th century. The popular British Christmas cracker was first made by a London sweet maker, Tom Smith in 1845. He invented his crackers as a development of a French festive bon-bon.