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  • Darra Goldstein, professor of Russian at Williams College says "babka comes from baba, a very tall, delicate yet rich yeast-risen cake eaten in Western Russia and Eastern Poland."[1] Traditional babka has some type of fruit filling, especially. — “Babka - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • Jim Babka was born in Cleveland, Ohio to James Sr and Joyce Babka. On the night of Friday, May 12, 1978, the Babka family, James Sr, Joyce, Jim, and his sister Sherri, were traveling west on Route 82 through. — “Jim Babka - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • Potato babka is a savoury dish, popular especially in Belarus. The Belarusian potato babka is not to be confused with babka, a sweet yeast cake. [edit]. — “Potato babka - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,


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