syllabub


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syllabub

, sillabub
a spiced drink made of milk with rum, port, brandy, or wine, often hot
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Put in a few spoonfuls of syllabub in the centre of the biscuit and surround this with the remaining strawberries, halved lengthways to make them into pillars.
Put a few spoonfuls of syllabub in the centre of the biscuit and surround with the remaining strawberries, halved lengthways to make pillars.
A MLF: Colonial Syllabub, which is a hard recipe to find, but delicious.
Cheap doesn't have to be tasteless when you can have minted pea and watercress veloute (a sort of soup, to you and me), lasagne al forno and lemon and lime syllabub.
Champagne lends itself well to sorbets, compotes, fruit terrines, jellies, cream or cream-based desserts such as syllabub or mousse and fruit based recipes especially those using strawberries, red berries and summer fruits.
Next Borgmann challenges the reader to supply 25 words in which the insertion of a single letter converts it into another word with two additional syllables (ARE to AREA, SMILE to SIMILE); this challenge appears in Problem 64: A Syllabub of Syllables, where fifteen more have been included.
We don't suppose that adventitious means adventurous, or that syllabub means syllabus, or that penumbra means penultimate.
Joubere Chilled Foods has two new organic ranges -- microwavable porridge and four organic dairy desserts, including coffee syllabub and pannacotta with wild berries.
It was important to know how to make rhubarb wine, bottle gooseberry catsup, pickle walnuts, preserve eggs, whip up a syllabub, test lard for freshness and cure butter.
The costuming and lighting were too somber, but everything else was as sweet as syllabub.
received the best catering product award for Everlasting Syllabub - both in the dessert/ice cream/confectionery category.