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marble cake

n.
A cake with a streaked or mottled appearance achieved by mixing light and dark batter.

marble cake

n
(Cookery) a cake with a marbled appearance obtained by incompletely mixing dark and light mixtures

mar′ble cake`


n.
a cake given a streaked, marblelike appearance by the incomplete mixing of dark and light batters.
[1870–75, Amer.]
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Noun1.marble cake - made of light and dark batter very lightly blendedmarble cake - made of light and dark batter very lightly blended
cake - baked goods made from or based on a mixture of flour, sugar, eggs, and fat
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marble cake

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a) Marks And Spencer Chocolatey Marble Cakes 150 7.
Others are made with swirls of light and dark (chocolate-flavored) dough, like marble cakes.
Well known dishes like 'Beet Borscht With Sour Cream,' 'Potato Pancakes with Applesauce,' matzo balls and blintzes as well as dishes that only the kosher cognisanti knew well - those with intimidating names like knishes, knedlack, kugel, kreplach and gedampte fleisch - were all heavy and hearty and seemed to be made by a quintessential grandmother who also baked great marble cakes, strudels and cheesecakes.