Babelutte: nf A babelutte (or babelute) is a kind of long caramel flavored with honey or vergeoise, twisted in paper, originating in the town of Furnes in Westhoek (West Flanders), in Belgium.
Origin of the name: The name comes from "talking a lot (babbelen)" and "done" (uit) in Flemish, whoever eats it is no longer able to speak (either because he tastes it, or because he eats it). he can no longer loosen the jaws). A competing explanation ...
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