sugar snow

sugar snow

[′shu̇g·ər ‚snō]
(hydrology)
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Roast Figs Sugar Snow focuses on cold-weather main courses from Europe and North America and provides a range of dishes that use familiar foods in unfamiliar ways.
The programme united my father and I in excitement in my childhood, marvelling at the icing sugar snow sprinklings over those foreboding Alps.
It is best done on deep and fluffy snow or granular snow also called re-crystallised sugar snow.
Lombardi said she and the pastry chefs are excited about the holiday season, creating Buche de Noel cakes with meringue mushrooms, butter cream poinsettia, holly leaves, berries and sugar snow.
While she read about sugar snow, she pictured Abigail's empty corduroys laid on a ridge like a bloody angel.
Created especially for the occasion, this golden and short pastry flan is made with creme patissiere, topped with mincemeat, gently latticed with pastry, and finished with a dusting of sugar snow and a drizzle of fondant.
First you bake all the required logs and roof sections; next, you put them together according to specifications and scatter a drift of powdered sugar snow over the roof and surrounding landscape.
A weather pattern that shifts from a stretch of very cold days and nights to sunlit, above freezing days with some rain in the mix, has provided a top layer of corn or sugar snow - its fine granulated texture allows you to move with ease, yet provides traction on graded terrain.