The selection of baked goods includes pastry, dry cakes, cream cakes, coffee cake, and, of course, the famous butter cookies. Danish pastry is eaten all over Scandinavia. Danish bakers added remonce, a sweet paste of sugar, butter, and nuts or marzipan, to the wienerbrød dough, and sometimes spices like cardamom or poppy seeds. Seasonal fruits or berries provide an alternative filling. Danish pastry is often eaten in the morning, like a croissant; when served in the afternoon with coffee, it is made larger and called wienerbrødsstang, meaning a “long piece” of pastry. Borgermesterkrans, or “mayor’s wreath,” is another wienerbrød variation.