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jelly roll

jelly roll

also jel·ly·roll  (jĕl′ē-rōl′)
n.
A thin sheet of sponge cake layered with jelly and then rolled up.

jel′ly roll`


n.
a thin, rectangular layer of sponge cake spread with fruit jelly and rolled up.
[1890–95, Amer.]
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Largest trade of all was the May/Jul 155 jelly roll, sold 3300x for a 50c credit which repeats a roll from March to May earlier this year.
Place the wire rack with the coated thighs onto a jelly roll pan and bake until the thighs are golden brown and the interior temperature reaches 165 degrees and is golden.
Her latest program Minimalism and Me ranges from the simplicity of her first time out--Tank Dive (1965), all angles and diagonals with a yo-yo trick thrown in--to her lusciously loose, vaudeville-inspired classic, Eight Jelly Rolls (1971), with music by jazz composer Jelly Roll Morton.
| 1885: Jelly Roll Morton, pianist, composer and singer and one of the first jazz musicians, was born in New Orleans.
Spread with meat drippings and meat mixture, then roll like jelly roll. Cut in 1 1/2 inch slices.
"Jelly Roll Bargello Quiltes" by Karin Hellaby introduces Bargello quilt making including a fascinating technique that uses straight lines to create those optical illusions of curves and movement.
Sue Pfau's Easy Quilts from Precut Fabrics (9781604688665, $19.99) covers precuts that include small cuts of all kinds of fabric that can be made into layer cake slices, jelly roll strips, and fat quarters.
You'll need a jelly roll pan; a small offset spatula and small fine-mesh strainer are also helpful.
From the dangers of the Snarfling Snarfle to the delights of the Snookberry jelly roll at the Snookie Exchange, they encounter a whole new world out there, but, even after having met a whole new set of friends and learned the value of paying attention, they still had to find their way home.
Each year we schlepped the Thanksgiving turkey from our house in suburban New York to my grandparents' apartment off Central Park, and Aunt Eva brought her famous cookies, made from a thin butter-pastry dough spread with jam or cocoa and cinnamon, then carefully crafted into a jelly roll, baked, and sliced.
The U.S based musician performs an overview of the entire history of jazz from leaders like Jelly Roll Morton to Louis Armstrong, Nat King Cole and Johnny Hartman.
Exhibition highlights include a letter from Jelly Roll Morton to Alan Lomax; a Chet Baker suicide note; a rarely seen Romare Bearden sketch; a handwritten letter from Mary Lou Williams to Carmen McRae suggesting songs she might like to record; a holograph score by Gil Evans written for Helen Merrill; and film and television clips with Billie Holiday, Sarah Vaughan, Fats Waller, Ella Fitzgerald, Jimmy Rushing, Luciana Souza, and others.