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too late for Stollen?

tweetie | Dec 30, 201004:46 AM     4

I must admit that I've never really explored this holiday treat but a neighbor sent one over and it blew me away. This one was marzipan stollen, with a streak of the almondy goodness woven through the center. Haven't yet had the chance to ask where they got it but I've been wondering where they are sold locally. Saw what TJ's has to offer as well as Wilson Farm's version but haven't purchased one yet. I'm sure they will soon disapppear with the passing of the holiday season but I want to be prepared for 2011! Thanks

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Wilson Farm
10 Pleasant St, Lexington, MA 02421

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