baba au rhum


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ba·ba

or ba·ba au rhum  (bä′bä ō rŭm′)
n.
A leavened rum cake, usually made with raisins.

[French baba, baba (from Polish, old woman, round Easter cake, from the cake's resemblance to a pleated skirt) + au, with the + rhum, rum.]
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Noun1.baba au rhum - a baba soaked in rumbaba au rhum - a baba soaked in rum      
baba - a small cake leavened with yeast
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They also distil rum on the island and their signature dessert is baba au rhum, which looks like it will be the heaviest dish alive, until you bite into it and feast upon its fluffy, light texture.
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Specials here include macaroons, puits d'amour (which is vanilla cream in caramel crust) and baba au rhum, a small yeast cake saturated in hard liquor.
A taste of Saint Marcellin cheese is succeeded by a pre-dessert of crme caramel with woody mushrooms (unconventional again, but it works) and a classic "Baba au Rhum" with Grand Marnier ice cream and exotic fruits.
Emma was tempted by the Baba au Rhum (pounds 4.95), sponge cakes soaked in rum with Chantilly cream and strawberries.
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