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crack·nel

 (krăk′nəl)
n.
1. A hard crisp biscuit.
2. cracknels Crisp bits of fried pork fat; cracklings.

[Middle English crakenele, alteration of Old French craquelin, from Middle Dutch krākelinc, small cake, from krāken, to crack; see gerə- in Indo-European roots.]

cracknel

(ˈkræknəl)
n
1. (Cookery) a type of hard plain biscuit
2. (Cookery) (often plural) US and Canadian crisply fried bits of fat pork
[C15: perhaps from Old French craquelin, from Middle Dutch krākelinc, from krāken to crack]

crack•nel

(ˈkræk nl)

n.
1. a hard, brittle biscuit.
2. cracknels, bits of fat pork fried crisp.
[1350–1400; Middle English crak(e)nele]
Translations

cracknel

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References in classic literature ?
It's not good for him,' said Vasili Andreevich, munching a cracknel after emptying his glass.
The history of Violet Mackintosh, who first made toffee in Mackintosh's pastry shop in 1890, features along with Riley's and Mattock's, Mint Cracknel and Lucky Break alongside the commonly known Caramac, Munchies and Quality Street, which celebrates its 75th anniversary of production in Halifax this year.
Airborne laser (or lidar) bathymetry (ALB) is a technique for measuring the depths of moderately clear, near-shore coastal waters and lakes from a low-altitude aircraft using a scanning, pulsed laser beam (Hickman and Hogg, 1969; Guenther and Goodman, 1979; Penny and Phillips, 1981; Guenther, 1985 ; Muirhead and cracknel, 1986; Guenther, 1989; Estep, 1993).
Kevin Barrett (Exeter Chiefs), Tom Biggs (Leeds Carnegie), Chris Cracknel (Exeter Chiefs), isoa Damudamu (Army), Ben Gollings (Gold Coast, Australia), Ben Jones (Worcester Warriors), Dan Norton (Gloucester and Moseley), Ollie Phillips (Newcastle Falcons), Charlie Simpson-Daniel (Gloucester), Rob Vickerman (Leeds Carnegie), Andy Vilk (Benetton Treviso).
If your tastebuds are tickled by pure nostalgia - memories of Mint Cracknel, Marathons and Cresta pop - then this ticks most of the boxes.
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Keeping sales people on the road is expensive and we fulfil the role at less cost," says Food Broker's chairman Victor Cracknel.
These did not quite fall into that category, but their dam Miss Cracknel was out of a mare by The Phoenix.
Coltsfoot rock was what I munched And even a mint cracknel crunch But one of my favourites too Were lots and lots of black jack chews.