The Racine Kringle
If you’re not from Wisconsin, you may not know what a Kringle is; but here, the Danish pastry has been labeled the official pastry of the state. A Kringle is oval-shaped with a hole in the middle, made with 32 layers of flaky dough and an inside filled with things such as nuts, fruit, custard or cake. It also takes three days from start to finish to craft a Kringle. The city of Racine is particularly known for their Kringles due to it having the largest settlement of Danes in North America outside of Greenland. You can’t fully know Wisconsin until you taste a Kringle!
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