cassonade

cassonade

(ˌkæsəˈneɪd)
n
raw or unrefined sugar
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On the sweet side we had ginger with pineapple, liquorice and star anise, and a beautiful vanilla cassonade with blackberries and shortbread.
On the sweet side, we had ginger with pineapple, liquorice and star anise, and a beautiful vanilla cassonade with blackberries and shortbread.
This was followed by a sensory dinner where guests sampled creations including parmesan cassonade amuse bouche, smoked Scottish sea trout and slow-roasted Wagyu beef tenderloin.
De la melasse et parfois on changeait pour de la cassonade.
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