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ge·noise

 (zhə-nwŏz′)
n.
A light, buttery cake with a texture similar to sponge cake.

[French, from feminine of genois, Genoese, after Genoa.]

genoise

(dʒeɪˈnwɑːz; dʒɛˈnwɑːz)
n
(Cookery) cookery a rich sponge cake

gén•oise

(ʒeɪnˈwɑz)
n.
a light yellow cake made with eggs and butter and typically layered, filled, and frosted or made into petits fours for serving.
[1930–35; < French; feminine of génois of Genoa]
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Noun1.genoise - rich and delicate Italian sponge cake
cake - baked goods made from or based on a mixture of flour, sugar, eggs, and fat
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The Jaffa Cake has a base of Genoise sponge, although it is often found in the biscuit aisle and its size is more akin to that of a biscuit than a cake.
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INGREDIENTS For the peach and amaretto jam: 1.4kg peaches 600g granulated sugar Two tablespoons lemon juice Three tablespoons Amaretto liqueur For the genoise sponge base: 125g unrefined golden caster sugar Four medium free-range eggs 125g plain flour 25g butter, melted For the creme patissiere: 280ml full-cream milk Two vanilla pods Four medium free-range egg yolks 60g unrefined golden caster sugar 20g plain flour 20g cornflour For the roasted peaches: Four peaches A good splash of fresh lemon juice A little caster sugar Extras: 125g amaretti biscuits Amaretto liqueur Greaseproof paper A few sprigs of mint, verbena or thyme METHOD First, make the jam: Prepare a large bowl of iced water.
A Genoise cake is best associated with which Italian city?
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In the dining room of The French Laundry in Yountville, I scraped the last dab of creme fraiche from my "Rhubarb Tea" dessert and silenced the tines of my fork after a futile search for remaining specks of spongy matcha genoise.
Candice just hurled her Genoise at the wall like a frisbee.
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