Dundee cake


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Dundee cake

n
(Cookery) chiefly Brit a fairly rich fruit cake decorated with almonds
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Queen Elizabeth also enjoys Dundee cake which she tucks into while travelling.
I put in a pound of mashed-up Dundee cake not a trace.
The next year he spent PS40 on tickets and won a Dundee cake. This year he was the proud winner of Pop and Hop, Tesco's version of board game Frustration, a state of mind he'd be entitled to as he stood with his new toy watching everyone else cooing over their exotic vouchers, luxury spirits and posh candles.
According to an insider, the monarch loves to bring a classic Dundee cake.
Food and drink: Dundee cake? Well yes, but a diverse range of bars, boutique restaurants and unusual eateries offer plenty to liven up a jaded palate.
Tickets for this event are PS5 and the price includes tea and Dundee cake.
In Jackie's mind, their boss was definitely a Dundee cake - a firm favourite, heavy bottomed with more than a degree of nuttiness.
"Dead goldfish, hamsters, cake, particularly Dundee cake - that will completely block your loo - kebabs, children's toys, cutlery, bandages, satsumas..."
O' Calloghan pointed to a rise in food tourism for regions that produce traditional delicacies, adding that Britain has 19 other products waiting to achieve EU protected status, including Evesham Asparagus, Dundee cake and Welsh Lava Bread.
He revealed how they ate Dundee cake and that Diana was keen to watch EastEnders - after the initial panic to get the place ready for royal guests.

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