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Danish Kringles, can you get these in LA

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kevin Apr 15, 2009 03:20 PM

I believe at the very least you can get these in the city of Solvang, up the coast from Santa Barbara.

but do any bakeries in LA carry these and do a decent job at that?

thanks.

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    mrhooks Apr 18, 2009 01:57 PM

    Andersen's in Downtown Santa Barbara is closer, but as Das Ubergeek said, Poul's is closer still, unless you live in Thousand Oaks or something. I hardly ever go to Solvang anymore, since I can make my own æbleskiver, and Andersen's (non-pastry) food is better than anything I've ever had in Solvang. But now I'm interested in trying Paula's. Maybe the next Danish Days...

    1. Das Ubergeek Apr 15, 2009 08:55 PM

      Pouls Bakery in Orange, but call first.

      1. WildSwede Apr 16, 2009 10:56 AM

        I wonder if the bakery section in the grocery store at Alpine Village sells them - they have limpa. I am just finishing the one I picked up in Solvang over the weekend now. SO GOOD!! ;-) Hope you find them!

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          kauma Apr 18, 2009 02:43 PM

          Hello from a Swede!

          Try calling:

          Olson's Delicatessen
          (323) 938-0742
          5660 W Pico Blvd
          Los Angeles, CA 90019

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            astrobabe Apr 18, 2009 06:21 PM

            This is going to sound whack-a-doodle but right before Christmas Trader Joe's started carrying almond kringle as one of the fresh "cake" items under the name almond ring cake. I noticed them as that was my next chore in holiday baking and I also remember noticing that they were in the proper knot shape (nothing against the Racine Kringle lovers, but the oval is just not the right shape). And I hazard to say that TJ's almond tastes a darned bit better than the Racine ones we'd get in Minneapolis.

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