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shoofly

[′shü‚flī]
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Shoofly View seeks to give authors honest feedback, and if an author presents a well-written, interesting book, the chance at publication.
frozen in time" (7)--but in fact, as American as--well, not shoofly pie, as Weaver points out in his text,(1) but as American as sauerkraut, this group's key culinary signifier and the dish that differentiated the Dutch from all other American groups.
Anna thinks that if a symphony is like all the fabrics of a quilt fitting to make one picture, a concerto is like biting into a shoofly pie and tasting only molasses at first, then discovering all the other flavors and textures surrounding and supporting it.
Since returning, both have put their new knowledge to use after starting work at North East-based animation company Shoofly Publishing.
As American As Shoofly Pie: The Foodlore and Fakelore of Pennsylvania Dutch Cuisine discusses 'regional specialties' of Pennsylvania Dutch culture which are supposedly from these traditions but which in fact were fabricated by the tourist industry.
Despite being an experienced pastry chef, Martin has come across dishes he has never tried before, such as butter cake, whoopie pie, the syrupy Amish dish shoofly pie and the calorie-laden Pumpple Cake, which incorporates a pumpkin pie, chocolate cake, apple pie and vanilla sponge.
Despite being an experienced pastry chef, Martin came across dishes he had never tried, such as butter cake, whoopie pie, the syrupy Amish dish shoofly pie and pumpple cake, which incorporates a pumpkin pie, chocolate cake, apple pie and vanilla sponge.
The second strategy involved redesigning and advancing the construction of the Oakland touchdown by building a shoofly detour (a short, temporary bypass) to divert traffic just south of the existing roadway.
Running from tomorrow until Saturday 18, there will be nonstop fun at the Central Library's Centre for the Child in Chamberlain Square, with attractions including animation workshops, Shoofly Theatre, face painting, open mic sessions, poetry and children's comedians James Campbell and Tieman Douieb.
Writing with a drummer in mind has helped the band expand from intimate, subtle, folk-oriented numbers to funky rockers such as "Shoofly Pie." The song is built for live performance and it shifts a crowd's energy upward.
Nivisinaaq (also called Shoofly) was married when the relationship began but, according to Ookpik, an Inuk woman who was a child at the time, Nivisinaaq's husband Tugaak "knew the captain had Nivisinaaq as a girlfriend, but they were real good friends to each other" (qtd.