custard cream


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custard cream

n
a biscuit consisting of two layers with a filling of vanilla-flavoured paste
Translations

custard cream

n (biscuit) → biscotto farcito alla crema
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But today, Ranvir Singh and Adil Ray took to the hot seat, discussing the correct way to eat a custard cream and calls to cut university tuition fees in the UK.
Tea-dunking fans can now take their custard cream obsession to another level thanks to Asda's latest offering.
Cuneta also cannot wait to sample the treats and delicacies of Bacolod, asking people to send her some Napoleones, a layered puff pastry filled with custard cream that is an all-time favorite among tourists.
"Eating a whole lemon - and trying to eat a custard cream with no hands - was never going to be easy," said county chairman Dafydd Sion.
I'm sure everyone in Scotland has at some point eaten and enjoyed a custard cream biscuit straight from the packet.
Digestives are top, followed by Rich Tea, bar of chocolate, Hobnob, Ginger Nuts, piece of toast, cereal bar, custard cream, chocolate Bourbon and shortbread.
But these Custard Cream, Jammy Dodger, Bourbon and lip balms, PS3.50 each, from Mad Beauty, are entirely guilt free (madbeauty.co.uk).
A handful of pretzels, a slice of fruitcake, a custard cream and a token healthy slice of melon to start with.
Other Japanese bakery products available include Custard Cream Bread, Green Tea Croissant, Biscuit Bread.
His banana and custard cream horns disappointed judge Paul Hollywood, who is a big fan of the fruit and said he was "dying to taste it".
Sellers' collection will be published in 2015 and will include original and extraordinary recipes such as edible Beef and Dripping candles, along with Rhubarb and Custard Cream Soda.