Chelsea bun


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Chelsea bun

n
(Cookery) a rolled yeast currant bun decorated with sugar
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She's got brain as well as ball skills - and, apparently, she is partial to a sticky Chelsea bun.
I blame the tin - if only I'd had a proper Chelsea bun tin they would have turned out fine.
It's not his face, though age has blessed it with the doughy folds of a Chelsea bun.
peanut butter and chocolate ice cream, a savoury Chelsea bun, a pork, red onion and marmalade sausage, and Northumbrian beef sirloin roast are just some of the star products to scoop 2012 Great Taste Awards from our region.
Ever fancied buying a Chelsea bun in a baker's shop, but been too frightened to ask in case you're quoted pounds 2 million in a French, Argentinian or Italian accent?
The new oven also bakes their bestseller, the Chelsea bun which outsells their other produce at approximately 50/1.
Felly aethon ni am dro bach efo'r cwn ym Maentwrog yn gyntaf, ar hyd glannau'r afon Dwyryd, yna stopio ym Mhorthmadog i gael paned a rhannu Chelsea Bun wirioneddol hyfryd yng nghaffi'r Graig Fawr.
Coventry's Euro MP Nikki Sinclaire could have chosen any number of English confectioneries, a Chelsea bun perhaps, but carefully picked the foreign cake.
They look stunning and are particularly suited to soaking up a very sticky syrup indeed - you could go ahead and make a caramel sauce but I have it on high authority that the best Chelsea bun bakers in the world use a mixture of old-fashioned mixed spice and Lyle's golden syrup.
Me and my Little Chelsea Bun successfully completed our stint as judges on Strictly Dancing in Hereford last Saturday night.