plumcake


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plumcake

(ˈplʌmkeɪk)
n
(Cookery) a cake with raisins in it
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I haven't seen her this two hours," says Tom, commencing on the plumcake.
Tulliver was a peremptory man, and, as he said, would never let anybody get hold of his whip-hand; but he went out rather sullenly, carrying his piece of plumcake, and not intending to reprieve Maggie's punishment, which was no more than she deserved.
It might have pleased him, too, in some degree, to have seen how dull and dissatisfied she was throughout that week (the greater part of it, at least), for lack of her usual source of excitement; and how often she regretted having 'used him up so soon,' like a child that, having devoured its plumcake too hastily, sits sucking its fingers, and vainly lamenting its greediness.
Florence Walzl (1971) notes that in turn-of-the-century cook books "recipes for plumcake .
Maria does not pick up some plumcake for the children and parents and Joe does not get the corkscrew as his fortune.
Bracegirdle's plumcake," and with characters that produce an unintended comic effect--an envoy of dark lord Sauron awkwardly resembles Tim the Enchanter, while the bearded Ents are like ZZ Top on stilts.
de leche desnatada * 8 claras de huevo GUARNICION: * 2 frutas de la pasion * 1 yogur desnatado * 1 cucharada de miel * 1 taza de fresas silvestres 1 Engrasar un molde de plumcake, forrarlo con papel film de hornear.