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diplomat pudding

kate | Sep 12, 2000 05:06 PM

Does anyone know exactly why this is called diplomat?? I'm having a very hard time finding this out. I've read that something prepared "a la diplomat" implies a fancy preparation, but that doesn't get to why the word diplomat (as opposed to something like aristocrat) is used. I've also read that there are similar political names, such as cabinet and chanceliere. Any thoughts?

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