Jeremy Felt

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Can’t stop

Kardemummabullar in progress on a white cutting board. The dough has been rolled out into something resembling a rectangle, the filling has been spread, the dough has been folded and rolled again, and nine pieces have been sliced. Each of those nine pieces has another slice to create two legs that will twist around each other when shaped.
A set of nine kardemummabullar shaped and waiting on a piece of parchment paper resting in an oven pan. They will sit for 45 minutes before cooking.

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