dolly mixture


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dolly mixture

n
1. (Cookery) a mixture of small coloured sweets
2. (Cookery) one such sweet
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Dolly Mixture Cottage is set within the Cotswold's Hills, popular among walkers and cyclists as they offer some of the most picturesque villages and paths in the country.
I remember staring at my oncologist's ballerina clock and waiting patiently to be offered a dolly mixture at the end of the appointment out of a cottage shaped tin.
Baking with kids is great, but they're as happy with a ready mix as a four-foot gingerbread house with Dolly Mixture windows.
DOLLY MIXTURE When just one pastel doesn't hit the sweet tooth spot, opt for a multi-coloured confectionery approach.
The 50-line range--which includes dolly mixture, marshmallows and mint humbugs--has already been trialled in selected stores and is expected to be in all 227 stores within the next six weeks.
That's why Heston Blumenthal is such a hit on television when he builds edible Dolly Mixture palaces from snail porridge, unicorn sweetbreads and your wildest dreams.
Cotswolds for PS630 Dolly Mixture Cottage is a two-bedroom cottage near Bath.
But the real star of the show is the fantastic Paul Tate who certainly proves that in Pantoland at least there really is nothing like a dame as he goes over the top in style as the mad-cap Dolly Mixture.
Dolly Mixture Cottage is set within the Cotswold Hills, popular among walkers and cyclists as they offer some of the most picturesque villages and paths in the country.
BLUES POLKA DOTS 1992 The dolly mixture pattern of multicoloured spots on a royal blue background also extended to the shorts.