history of flan

I’ve always loved the art of flan. It is a traditional Chinese dessert made of a sweet-savory custard filled with candied fruits, nuts, and sometimes fruits, the consistency of a pudding, and served topped with a layer of syrup or syrup-based glaze. The art of flan may have originated with China, but it has since spread to all parts of the world.

Flan has been eaten for thousands of years in China, but the first mention of it being served in the West comes from the 16th century. By the time that Europeans started to explore the Orient they were eating a lot of different Asian desserts, and flan was one of the most popular.

The name of the dessert is a bit of a mystery, but most likely it is derived from the Chinese phrase “fláo,” which means “dessert.” The first European translation of the phrase would have meant “something sweet,” but, as the dessert’s popularity grew, Chinese translations began adding “fláo” to the end of it.

The term flan is also derived from the Chinese saying fláo, which is pronounced flaa. Fla means sweet and fláo is a dessert recipe that is sweetened with sesame seeds. We can assume that when Europeans first encountered flan they were just eating one of the many different desserts that the Chinese were making.

I have a feeling that, in some ways, the term flan is more applicable to the Chinese. The Chinese have a lot of fond memories of eating flans, and they generally seem to remember the taste of the flans. However, the Greek word fláo is not a word that we would normally use for something that may have existed before the Greeks, but rather the word fláo, which means sweet. Fláo is a pretty much ubiquitous term in Chinese cuisine.

I think flan really means sweet, but that is a very vague and vague definition. Like so many words we use in English, the definition of flan is in reference to flavor rather than any specific ingredient. This is a good thing though because the flavor of flan is incredibly important for the Chinese to remember the meaning of. If you eat a flan and then say that it’s sweet, you are essentially saying that the flan is sweet.

So what is flan? It is the word that describes the flavor of a food, and I think the word is pretty much interchangeable with the word sweet. It is also a pretty vague and vague word, so if you want to understand the meaning of flan, you will have to be very specific with your definition.

What is flan? Flan, like sweet, is a word that means “sweet,” and “sweet” is also basically referring to the way the food smells. It is a word that means “sweet” in the sense of “sweetness,” which is why I like flan. It is also basically the same word that is used to describe food: sweet.

The history of the word flan is pretty interesting. The word flan actually stems from the words flanter and flanter, which means to sweeten or make sweet. In short, flan is a word that means to make sweet, and sweet is used to describe something that is sweet. It is a word that can also be used to describe when sugar or fruit is used to sweeten something.

There is one other word for sweet, but that is also used in the same sense, which is the word sweet. That is, sweet is used to describe something that is sweet. Sweet, however, is different from sweet, which is a word that means to have a pleasant taste. That is why sweet has become the generic word for the word sweet.

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