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jenniegirl Nov 30, 2010 06:12 PM

Anyone know where to find Marzipan??

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    Quince Dec 1, 2010 12:52 PM

    Byerly's carries the fruit shaped sweets as well as the paste. I usually make an annual trip to Byerly's to pick up a box of marzipan fruits. Bissinger's also has them, according to their catalog, but the price is pretty steep. I think you can get marzipan paste for cooking just about anywhere...Cub, Rainbow, the co-ops, etc.

    1601 County Road C W, Saint Paul, MN 55113

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      shoo bee doo Dec 1, 2010 05:46 AM

      There used to be a small German shop off of White Bear Lake Avenue and 694. There were a lot of marzipan possibilities. I tried to google it, but I didn't come up with any results. Cost Plus also used to have a lot of German marzipan.

      Otherwise, I would try Kramercek's in NE Minneapolis or any of the Russian or Ukraine markets in town.

      1. diesel Nov 30, 2010 08:54 PM

        They used to carry fruit-shaped marzipan candies during the holiday season at Regina's Candies in St. Paul (they didn't make them in-house, just sold them). Not sure if they still have them, but it's worth a try.


        Regina's Fine Candies
        2073 Saint Clair Ave, St Paul, MN

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          KTFoley Nov 30, 2010 07:53 PM

          I'm pretty sure I've seen the almond paste in both Lunds and Byerlys, in the baking aisle.

          3777 Park Center Blvd A, St Louis Park, MN

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            Quimbombo Nov 30, 2010 06:19 PM

            Are you looking for marzipan paste for baking or already made sweets.

            If it's the latter go to http://latienda.com

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