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The custom of shaping cookies to resemble animals began around 6th or 7th century to replace sacrificing animals in tribal ceremonies.
Madeleines were chosen to represent France in the Café Europe initiative of the Austrian presidency of the European Union, on Europe Day 2006.
In the 17th century, Gingerbread-making was eventually recognized as a profession in itself that only gingerbread bakers had the exclusive right to make it, except at Christmas and Easter.
In South America, yerba mate is as common as coffee in the US.
While the Moroccans grew mint and use it in their dishes, the recipe of mint tea was quickly invented in the 18th century and became the national drink today.
Russian Caravan was not quite originated from Russia. It originated and was named after the trading route between China and Russia called "Camel Caravan."