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Hungarian Bakery-Biscuit/Scone

Hilary | May 23, 200606:18 PM     13

Help please! I am trying to surprise my mother-in-law with something she used to buy in a Hungarian bakery, but cannot find any more. She used to buy something called a Pagozch(spelled wrong). It looks like a scone/biscuit. I have learned there are two types, one savory made with lard, and the other sweet with butter. I am looking for the sweet version. Can anyone help? I live in Nassau County, but would be willing to travel a little to find this. Thanks.

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