custard powder

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custard powder

n
(Cookery) a powder containing cornflour, sugar, etc, for thickening milk to make a yellow sauce. See custard2
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custard powder

n (Brit) → preparato in polvere per crema
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The red-brick Tudor Grange House was built in 1887 and was the family home of Sir Alfred Bird, of Bird's Custard company fame.
Many familiar products date further than we think: Horlicks, Bovril, and Bird's custard arrived in Victorian times, while favourites like Kit Kats, Rolos, Smarties and Mars Bars filled sweet shops in the 1930s.
So if Lionel Messi ever posts a picture of himself scoffing famous Brummie foodstuffs Bird's Custard, Bournville chocolate and HP sauce, then Aston Villa fans can start getting very excited.
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Which show stars three degrees, a tin of Bird's custard powder, a pair of orange overalls and threatens to blow the roof off a 179-year-old hall?
Dating from the 1950s, it could be obtained at the time by collecting labels from Bird's Custard.
St Albans-based Premier Foods, which also makes Mr Kipling cakes, Bird's Custard and Bisto gravy, has seen its Hovis division hit by intense competition and high wheat prices.
But the players have been allowed some home comforts such as Bird's custard and strawberry jam.
And Bird's Custard has seen sales soar 26 per cent - this year.
So we're stuffing our shopping trollies with Fray Bentos pies, Bird's Custard and packets of Bisto.
Also on this list of nostalgic nibbles are Bird's Custard, Fray Bentos tinned pies and Bisto gravy
The company, which includes Hovis, Bird's Custard, Oxo and Bisto among its major brands, said Warburg Pincus would be a "long term, engaged investor".