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Description: A fancy sponge layer cake with a rich filling of whipped cream, sometimes nuts or berries, sometimes with marzipan. These cakes are often made for feasts and special occasions. They may have a variety of fillings, but the cakes are always moistened with some form of liquid, often a liqueur, and may be decorated with berries or cream.
Pronounced: blur kah-kehr
Most frequent country: Norway
See places: Norwegian food and cuisine