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In the Dessert

In Easter is very tipycal the people buy to gift a cake with a chocolat egg. It is eat as a desert and is very fun for children, .
In June 24, usually we taste the "Coca de Sant Joan". It can be of fruit or pork cracklings. My prefer is with confit fruit, is delicious.
In Catalonia, we are used to eat a Christmas Sweet named "Neules", that they are how a wafer rollsands, and usually is eaten in the dessert with cava (champagne).
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InDuring Easter, it is very tipyypical thefor people buy to gift a cake withs that has a chocolate egg in it.
It is eat en as a dessert and it is very fun for children, .
'eaten' is the past tense of 'eat', and a helpful way to remember how to spell 'dessert' is by remembering this saying that goes: "you always want two "desserts" (it helps your remember to put 2 's' in the word)
IOn June 24, usually we taste the dish "Coca de Sant Joan".
I added 'dish' so it clarifies that the Coca de Sant Joan is a type of food
It can be made of fruit or pork cracklings.
My preference is with confit fruit, which is delicious.
This could also be written as "I prefer it with confit fruit, which is delicious." or "My preference is the one with confit fruit, which is delicious." ('the one' is to specify that there is a type of this dessert that is made of confit fruit)
In Catalonia, we are used to eating a Christmas Sweet named "Neules", that t. They are how a wafer rollsands, and are usually is eaten in thefor dessert with cava (champagne).
I'm just guessing that you had accidentally squished together 'wafer rolls' with the word 'and'. The reason 'for' is now in place of 'in the [dessert]' is because [eating] dessert can be kind of meant as an activity, so you can use the word 'dessert' alone

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