In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
(on cake)baño masculine→ cake
- We scraped our plates; we licked our fingers; and we sliced apple cake and spooned on extra frosting.
- We covered it in frosting and sprinkles and they ate it anyway.
- No, one year there was a pound cake with no frosting and one big candle in the middle.
- For the frosting, place the chocolate in a medium bowl and set aside.
- The following morning, I added chocolate frosting and slapped aluminum foil on top.
- And that's not including the fact that I am carrying a really nice chocolate cake with vanilla frosting.
- Cookies that have been frosted with a butter cream type frosting cannot be stacked.
- I look up and see Christina, crying loudly, covered in frosting and punch.
- "Thanks, " I said, licking some frosting from my finger.
- He grinned and held up his fingers, which were covered in chocolate cake frosting.
- Remove cookies from oven, and cool completely before decorating with colored frosting (recipe below).
- When the cake was done, it was decorated with white frosting drizzled down the sides.
- I like to buy different colored frosting in tubes that come with the different tips ready to attach and frost.
- I lick the frosting off, waiting for him to speak.
- It was a chocolate cake with white frosting and candied cherries on top.
- The creamy caramel frosting wonderfully caps off these tender spicy cupcakes.
- Cakes are purchased from local supermarkets whose ideas of frosting include two primary ingredients… sugar and vegetable shortening.
- She iced it with a boiled caramel frosting - nothing ever tasted so good.
- I don't like frosting unless it's the kind that is like pudding.
- The brownie was thick, and covered in chocolate frosting.
(of sugar)glaseado masculine
- Naughty boys Ferdinand and Steve took it upon themselves to strip the frosting off the shower door - something which proved to be the highlight of yesterday's Big Brother action.
- Using the stencil with frosting varnish for glass at £7.95, the varnish can be tinted to create your own stained glass effect.
- A sweeping, swirl of baby ostrich down, rather like piped icing on an art nouveau birthday cake, contrasted the material's shine with soft, matt frosting.
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