In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- They waved us to empty chairs, plonking cups filled with coffee as thick as treacle in front of us - and, completely unperturbed, carried on raising the roof.
- More of this and the ice cream will make way for sponge pudding and treacle and my autumn diet will be fully established.
- But what's money when we've got home made treacle sponge for pudding?
- We're using a Wiltshire wet cure, consisting of beer, salt, black treacle, black peppercorns, juniper berries and saltpetre (according to HFW's recipe).
- Don't just use white sugar - adding some muscovado and even black treacle will boost the flavour.
- An innovation confined mainly to Britain was treacle or molasses from sugar cane.
- The curd is perfectly complemented by the thick warm brown treacle topping that titillates the palate of dessert lovers anywhere.
- It is then processed, cooked and eaten in various forms ranging from a sticky treacle to a dry bread.
- Well, a rum baba and a treacle tart were atypically heavy.
- To this townie's feet it's like walking through treacle.
- Mix together the egg, 125g muscovado sugar, treacle, buttermilk and remaining butter until smooth.
- Traditional bonfire treats including black peas, baked potatoes, parkin, toffee apples and treacle toffee were also on offer.
- The brown bread was not wholemeal, but coloured with molasses or treacle.
- A real treat would be a wonderful treacle pudding.
- Tar clogs your lungs like thick treacle, and a 20-a-day smoker inhales a full cup of tar in a year.
- Make a well in the middle, add the oil, treacle and enough milk to combine and make a soft dough.
- Marinate it for two to four hours in a large cooking pot in two tablespoons of black treacle, black peppercorns, a couple of bay leaves, a third of a pint of wine vinegar and three onions, roughly chopped.
- For dessert, the three of us shared treacle pudding.
- A treacle tart is my first choice, then I can eat any leftover at breakfast before everyone else gets up, but a crumbly upside tart would be good, perhaps with figs or apples underneath.
- Time to head downstairs, but not before I've warned them that if they don't eat their main course, they'll miss out on the treacle tart.
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