It is made of honey, hazelnuts, almonds, candied peel, and Kirsch. The flat baked dough is, when still hot, cut into rectangular pieces. It is then topped with a sugar glaze.
Hey ho! It's back to the Basel tram and bus diagram and Google Streetview.
It is beginning to look as if No 3 son's Birthday puzzle picture challenge is much easier than the lad thought - but then he is not so obsessed with public transport as his old man.
Only two stops are served by the compliment of buses and trams shown on the electronic sign (plus bus route 31, not passing when the pictures were taken).
With Streetview on-screen, we can start at Schifflände, cross the Mittlere Brücke and plod electronically onwards.
Back in November 2017, fbb posed a question to his readers. What was the train on the Corsodyl advert? Corsodyl is a group of products designed to keep your mouth healthy, in particular to mend bleeding gums.
The protagonist is travelling on a suburban train and screens on-board plus the name of the arrival station all predict dental disaster and halitosis. The young lady alights and, parked in the neighbouring platform, is a train in Corsodyl livery ...
fbb asked if anyone knew what type the train was and where the advert was filmed. There was one positive reply.
Correspondent Neil identified the train as, "a Polish PESA DART, a cheapo Stadler FLIRT clone."
On 30 October 2013 Pesa announced a new design of high-speed electric EMU train called the Pesa Dart for PKP Intercity service. The first version of the Pesa Dart will have a top speed of 160 km/h (99 mph), but the train is designed to be capable of 200 km/h (124 mph).