thick milk

thick milk

n. Pennsylvania

[Translation of German Dickmilch.]
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Milkshakes using ice cream or iced milk are sometimes called a thick milk shake or thick shake.
Their cuisine is reminiscent of the old American diner: huge cheeseburgers, a power breakfast that can feed two to three hungry people, thick milk shakes and a dessert named Lucille Ball.
But I do not like milk very much, and cream even less, so the thought that a sort of slightly-off thick milk might enhance my eating experience does not convince me.
Thick milk chocolate with nice details and it all tasted really good.
Finally the Millionaire Shortbread, all butter shortbread with a generous layer of gooey caramel, topped with thick milk chocolate.
Pour the thick milk mixture evenly on the bread slices until all the liquid is soaked up by the bread.
Jugs of thick milk is also poured into the Jacuzzi to increase the milk concentration.
Soon after birth thick milk is very useful for infants.
Magnum Ghana variant - available in a 3 per-pack multi pack format-boasts thick milk chocolate (36% cocoa solids) made with cocoa from Ghana, covering a delicious hazelnut ice cream with a swirl of delicate milk chocolate sauce.
Its light flickered briefly in the late 70s into the early 80s, but clearly the combination of soft coconut fondant with pieces of cherry, all wrapped in thick milk chocolate, was an acquired taste, and the bar soon disappeared from our shelves, never to be seen again.