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Racine WI- It's all about the Kringle's

Alright, time for a thread on a Wisconsin unique & speciality danish, who really makes the best one? Here are three I've tried and liked:

- Larson: http://www.larsenbakery.com/
- O&H: http://www.ohdanishbakery.com/kringle...
- Racine Danish Kringles: http://www.kringle.com/index.lasso

If you don't know what a Kringle is here is good like with some history: http://whatscookingamerica.net/Bread/...

If sadly you have never experienced this bakers delight, then I would recommend you do, or go to Racine and give it a try at one of the several danish bakery & coffee shops they have.

I recently saw a Road Tasted show where the Dean brothers went to Milwaukee for Kringle, wrong- duh! And then misinformed the world that the Kringle was only available from this one Milwaukee bakery, so they were completely oblivious to the fact that the Kringle is really a Racine speciality with many local bakers who produce this wonderful delight.

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        1. This topic comes up every so often. Each person has their favorite. Mine is Bendsted's Bakery. The pecan is outstanding.

          http://www.bendtsensbakery.com/

          1. I spend several weekends a year visiting my children in Kenosha. Do you have any recs just south of Racine although if not I will make that long juorney north?