Bakewell tart

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Bakewell tart

(ˈbeɪkwɛl)
n
(Cookery) Brit an open tart having a pastry base and a layer of jam and filled with almond-flavoured sponge cake
[C19: named after Bakewell, Derbyshire]
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The questioner, who may have had a drink, then suggested: "What about a cherry Bakewell, or Manchester tart, or a custard?
Dedicated purely to desserts, Movenpick's luxury sweet treats include chocolate fondue and such concoctions as Affogato, a mix of ice cream and Nespresso coffee, and sundae versions of favourites like banoffee pie and cherry bakewell.
The range includes 80+ blends of loose teas and teabags, including quirky flavours like Cherry Bakewell, Victoria Sponge and Rhubarb and Custard.
I came up with a morelo cherry Bakewell cake, which consists of a moist almond sponge, filled with tangy cherry jam, lemon butter cream then topped with a lemon icing glaze and flaked almonds.
For dessert our son had ice cream, and we ate a cherry Bakewell roulade, an apple and blackberry crumble cheesecake and a gluten free sticky toffee pudding.
Some of his famous fudge flavours include salted caramel, cherry Bakewell, chocolate orange and lemon meringue.
Our best-seller today is cherry bakewell flavour; usually it's salted caramel," said Louise.
We were too full for sweets but noticed that there were a few different selections such as passion fruit cotta, cherry bakewell and Chilly Cow ice cream from Ruthin all around the PS5 price.
With financial help in the form of a PNE (Project North East) Enterprise start-up loan and assistance from friends and family, Mrs Granger launched the firm with a list of products including dairy free milk chocolate, made with rice milk, and a range of gourmet bars including black forest, cherry bakewell and banoffee crunch.
Puddings include apple crumble, milk chocolate mousse and cherry bakewell cheese cake.
And always one for a laugh, there was a possible mutiny at one stage when the comic bet the captain's hat on whether the skipper's "seagull scarer" could frighten hungry birds away from a cherry bakewell and anchovies.