In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1dulce hecho con leche o crema con azúcar, licor y jugo de limón
- This, according to Elizabeth David, was the original syllabub.
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- Delicious peach and white wine jelly with syllabub and honey sponge fingers, Cambridge-burnt custard and glazed lemon tart are the desserts at the festival, which will be on till Sunday next.
- We had a very pleasant meal: Thai fish cakes to start, bifteks with chips and salad, and berries and sillabub for dessert.
- I think I love the names of trifles, possets, fools and syllabubs more than I enjoy eating them.
- In Elizabethan times a trifle was made with syllabub (a mixture of fresh milk and sweet wine), Later followed the ‘proper’ custard made with double cream and eggs.
- Pile the syllabub in the middle of the pavlova, spreading it out to the edges, then spoon the cherry compote on top.
- Making this syllabub was a daily task during the summer and autumn when I worked in the kitchens of a castle-turned-restaurant.
- Pour the sugar into the wine mixture and beat gently with a whisk attachment, then pour in the cream and beat slowly until the syllabub starts to thicken.
- Spoon the syllabub on top of the custard, cover with clingfilm and leave in the fridge for a good few hours for the flavours to ‘marry’.
- And Skye chef Shirley Spear, in her book The Three Chimneys (Mercat Press, £25), offers a recipe for cranachan and lemon syllabub that includes a good slug of whisky.
- Place a few sliced strawberries into small sundae glasses; top with the syllabub mixture then the remaining sliced strawberries and mint.
- Whipping up enthusiasm at the Rural Forum as well as a delicious damson syllabub was Cumbrian chef and local food historian John Crouch.
- Typically, they were crushed and used in trifles; and used whole, as decorations and accompaniments for creams and syllabubs.
- Or perhaps a dozen wild-boar sausages and a pot of syllabub shot through with crème de cassis (so Atkins!
- And then I'm going to take my left over syllabub trifle along to the beach for a New Year's day gathering with friends.
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