Chelsea bun


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Chelsea bun

n
(Cookery) a rolled yeast currant bun decorated with sugar
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Having displayed their military prowess to the utmost in these warlike shows, they marched in glittering order to the Chelsea Bun House, and regaled in the adjacent taverns until dark.
AS war mementoes go, this one is certainly not to be scoffed at A Chelsea bun sent to a soldier at the Somme 100 years ago has been found in perfect shape.
With Mary daintily tasting a fruit pavlova and Paul assembling a Chelsea bun Christmas tree, the pair wallow in their mutual appreciation society.
Pavlova wreath and a Chelsea Bun Christmas tree are just a few of the festive recipes served up by Paul Hollywood and Mary Berry.
They look stunning and are particularly suited to soaking up a very sticky syrup indeed - you could go ahead and make a caramel sauce but I have it on high authority that the best Chelsea bun bakers in the world use a mixture of old-fashioned mixed spice and Lyle's golden syrup.
The new oven also bakes their bestseller, the Chelsea bun which outsells their other produce at approximately 50/1.
Ever fancied buying a Chelsea bun in a baker's shop, but been too frightened to ask in case you're quoted pounds 2 million in a French, Argentinian or Italian accent?
You can have an Eccles cake, a sensible Chorley cake or even a Chelsea bun.
Me and my Little Chelsea Bun successfully completed our stint as judges on Strictly Dancing in Hereford last Saturday night.
Coventry's Euro MP Nikki Sinclaire could have chosen any number of English confectioneries, a Chelsea bun perhaps, but carefully picked the foreign cake.
Felly aethon ni am dro bach efo'r cwn ym Maentwrog yn gyntaf, ar hyd glannau'r afon Dwyryd, yna stopio ym Mhorthmadog i gael paned a rhannu Chelsea Bun wirioneddol hyfryd yng nghaffi'r Graig Fawr.
It's not his face, though age has blessed it with the doughy folds of a Chelsea bun.