In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(in US)bizcocho con fruta secaplum cake masculine Spain
- There were coffee cakes, Popsicles and peanut butter cookies.
- Whenever I've had relationships that are solely sexual, they've crumbled faster than a dry coffee cake.
- The end result looks more like a coffee cake than a bread.
- Breakfast, as per her request, consisted of butter streusel coffee cake.
- ‘Take some cake instead,’ said Eloise sweetly, offering him some of her coffee cake.
- And if there is still room for sweets, the restaurant offers a wide range of cakes: cheese, apple, fruit, marble and coffee cake.
- You might, for example, make a coffee cake with chocolate in it.
- I'd predict that scents like coffee cake and Belgian waffles would be popular for general home fragrancing.
- The blueberry-cream cheese coffee cake is worth making up for with a lighter lunch or dinner, I can assure you.
- I made a blueberry tart yesterday and we have a blueberry coffee cake cooling down as we speak.
- Ann took a fancy to the coffee cake but was worried that it might have been dry.
- Praise was showered upon me for the cardamom coffee cake, challah, rolls, pesto pizza, etc…
- I had a large bag of walnuts left over from another Nancy recipe experience: the walnut coffee cake that didn't cook all the way through.
- She thanked the old lady for her wonderful coffee cake and for letting her stay in her house to wait for Andrew.
- If it's anything like all of those Sunday School Teacher Appreciation breakfasts I attended growing up, there will be plenty of sour cream coffee cake for everyone.
- The resulting cake was simply wonderful, fine-crumbed and moist, and reminded me a lot of the coffee cakes I like to make.
- The coffee cake they sent us home with was just the thing for breakfast the next morning.
- They fill their plates with slices of lavender-scented pound cake, streusel-topped coffee cake, lemon buttermilk bundt cake, and a rich chocolate cake.
- I reached across the table and grabbed a piece of the coffee cake.
- With New Jersey blueberries selling for 99 cents at my local grocery store, I've been making coffee cake with blueberries in it.
2(in UK)pastel de café masculine
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