In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(powder) cacao masculino(powder) cocoa femenino América Latina(drink) chocolate masculino(drink) cocoa femenino América Latina
- They promised farmers higher prices for sugar and copra and cocoa.
- The agricultural products are sugar, rice, manioc, cocoa, vegetables, and bananas.
- If you're not at home drinking cocoa and eating toast when the snow sets in then you've got no one to blame but yourself.
- I recommend a good quality dark chocolate, with less sugar and more cocoa.
- Sophia bought two hot cocoas from the school cafeteria and the two of them drank them vigorously.
- The versatility of cocoa makes it one of the more popular and sought-after ingredients in the culinary world today.
- We walked into an all night café and Kenji ordered me a hot cocoa as I was still too shaken up to speak.
- In a separate bowl, stir together flour, cocoa and salt and stir into chocolate mixture until well blended.
- The body of the dish is pure cocoa bound only with egg white.
- He was also one of the few agents who purchased and processed cocoa and coffee beans for the National Cocoa and Coffee Board.
- They drank their cocoa and watched as the beginning of their favorite movie started.
- Rolf asked the question, coming into the living room with three mugs of hot cocoa with marshmallows.
- Add cocoa, white sugar and vanilla and zap in the microwave until it is melted together.
- It delivers a better flavor/color combination than other cocoas.
- I swore off ever drinking alcohol, and I prefer drinking tea and cocoa to drinking coffee.
- In a large mixing bowl, sift together the flour, cocoa, baking powder, and salt.
- To make the pastry, sift together the flour, cocoa, salt and icing sugar.
- He stood at a nearby table, selling coffee, tea, cocoa and chocolate bars for a church fund-raiser.
- Without a word, he went into the kitchen and made her favorite comfort drink: hot cocoa.
- Actually, I'm sitting here cozy by a fire, drinking a cup of cocoa, thinking out loud.
- I punched in her number as I placed my large mug of hot cocoa on the coffee table.
- The bourse has been licensed to trade olein, coffee, CPO, cocoa, plywood and pepper.
- She drank the rest of her hot cocoa, and nearly burned all the tastebuds off her tongue.
- On low speed, beat in the flour and cocoa alternately, beginning and ending with flour.
- The other product most often using cocoa and chocolate ingredients is chocolate ice cream.
- Place the butter, sugar, cocoa and egg in a saucepan and slowly bring to the boil.
- He thinks, too, of pumpkin pie and fresh harvested honey and steaming hot cocoa.
- The two boys settled back down and drank their cocoa in silence until Ron came through.
- Sift the flour with a pinch of salt, cocoa and bicarbonate of soda into a bowl and set aside.
- After they had drunk their hot cocoa the two boys went out to walk around the town.
- Two cups of steaming cocoa appeared in front of them on the coffee table.
- Follow the recipe for Victoria sponge, but substitute two tablespoons of sifted cocoa for two of flour.
- People are also advised to stay clear of white chocolate, which is made from cocoa butter and does not contain any cocoa at all.
- I had a ridiculously tasty marshmallow cocoa and a very filling egg salad sandwich.
- It is just as easy to curl up at home, drink hot cocoa, and watch a chick flick by myself, as it is to do so there.
- Combine the Rice Krispies, the cocoa and the whole wheat flour in a mixing bowl.
- Her hands were cupped around a mug of hot cocoa, the marshmallows on the top were already melting from the heat.
- He treated us each with a cup of steaming cocoa, and biscuits and an assortment of preserves.
- European researchers found that mice are more attracted to cocoa than cheddar.
- He emerged from the kitchen a moment later with a bowl of popcorn and 2 mugs of hot cocoa in his hands.
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