Wednesday, August 29, 2007

The sweet "King Kong"


King Kong is a traditional desserts made of cakes (made of flour, butter, eggs and milk), stuffed with a sweet, creamy filling made with milk and sugar, pineapple jam and sweet of peanut, putting in a cake among them.

People tell that in the years of 1920, the famous film King Kong was exhibited in the city, and funny people compared the mold and size (20-25 cm of diameter) of this dessert with the figure of great gorilla, calling it since then the "King Kong".

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King Kong es un dulce típico hecho de galletas (hechas de harina, mantequilla, yemas de huevo y leche), rellenas con manjar blanco, dulce de piña y dulce de maní, intercalando una galleta entre ellos.

La gente cuenta que en los años de 1920, se exhibía en la ciudad la famosa película del gorila King Kong, la picardía popular comparó el molde y tamaño de este postre (20-25 cm de diametro) con la figura del gran gorila, llamándolo desde entonces el King Kong.

7 comentarios:

Olivier said...

cela donne envie, merci pour l'anecdote ;o))

that gives desire, thank you for the anecdote ;O))

lv2scpbk said...

Interesting and sounds good. Did you try one yet?

photowannabe said...

Great information. I wondered why it was called King Kong. The cakes sound yummy.

J. Andrew Lockhart said...

That looks wonderful to me! :)

Lambayeque Actual said...

EL KING KONG ES UN DULCE TÍPICO DE LA REGIÓN LAMBAYEQUE, EN PERÚ. NO DE TRUJILLO.

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