In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- Its rich, buttery nose also has hints of lemon and lime, with a rounded fruit quality and a long, rich finish.
- Their Butter Croissant is based on a light, buttery pastry of long French tradition.
- Tatars and Russians also subscribe to the same school of hospitality, centring around the samovar and large arrays of buttery pastries.
- A cobbler is not unlike a pie, but with a very thick layer - or individual blobs - of buttery sweet pastry on top of the fruit.
- Rich and buttery without being heavy, this fresh-tasting dish is good any time of year.
- They have a pale gold creamy colour, buttery flavour and fine-grained texture.
- The pecan tastes most strongly of the actual nut, and is a marvellously rich, buttery paste.
- The honeyed fila pastries and buttery nut cookies compose a separate late afternoon meal accompanied by thick Greek coffee.
- His version is a light assembly of intensely sweet, sun-blush tomatoes, chalky goat's cheese and fabulous olives, just suspended in short, buttery pastry of admirable crumbliness.
- Let's face it, buttery puff pastry either needs to be warm to entice me, or feather-light crisp.
- Rich and buttery scones are accompanied by fancy tiny tea sandwiches.
- I make little tarts with a nice buttery pastry whipped up in the food processor.
- Let me confess at this point to a fatal prior weakness for tarts made with proper, homemade, buttery pastry.
- We would stagger down from the Rue Oberkampf and collapse on the lawns of the Place des Vosges, letting the buttery pastry melt into our veins.
- Who can resist the flinty crispness of baked pecans, suspended in a maple-goo inside short, buttery pastry?
- Creamy Brie, buttery croissants, indulgent pastries are just part of the French paradox.
- Because cream, butter, cheese, fatty meat and buttery pastries stimulate the liver to manufacture LDL, keep your intake of saturated animal fats low.
- I knew it was a compliment about something that was buttery rich, deliciously opulent and lip-smacking cool.
- The light, buttery pastry would be perfect for a hot fruit filling.
- I mean this is already my favorite type of pastry - buttery, ‘short,’ fruity - and the rhubarb gave it a nice tartness.
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