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schnecken

(ˈʃnɛkən)
pl n, sing schnecke (ˈʃnɛkə)
(Cookery) chiefly US a sweet spiral-shaped bread roll flavoured with cinnamon and nuts
[German, plural of Schnecke snail]
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schneck•en

(ˈʃnɛk ən)

n.pl., sing. schneck•e (ˈʃnɛk ə)
spiral-shaped sweet rolls, flavored with cinnamon, chopped nuts, and other ingredients.
[< German: literally, snail, Old High German snecko. See snail]
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Noun1.schnecken - rolled dough spread with sugar and nuts then sliced and baked in muffin tins with honey or sugar and butter in the bottomschnecken - rolled dough spread with sugar and nuts then sliced and baked in muffin tins with honey or sugar and butter in the bottom
coffee roll, sweet roll - any of numerous yeast-raised sweet rolls with our without raisins or nuts or spices or a glaze
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References in periodicals archive ?
1: Wilrmer, Schnecken, Spinnentiere, Tausendfilssler und hemimetabole Insekten, pp.
In: Troschel, F.H., Das Gebiss der Schnecken zur Begrundung einer naturlichen Classification..
Boettger, "Studien zur Physiologie der Nahrungsaufnahme festgewachsener Schnecken. Die Ernahrung der Wurmschnecke Vermetus" Biologisches Zentralblatt, pp.
The rented freezers at Congregation B'nai Israel in Little Rock, Ark., are stuffed with over 1,800 latkes, 700 schnecken, 700 cabbage rolls, and 400 kosher beef kebabsall in preparation for the city's sixth annual Jewish Food Festival on May 6.
Then biscuits, more pie, more cookies, schnecken, gingerbread house supplies, more cookies, more pie - batches of goodies shaped, cut, baked, decorated and devoured from here to New Year's.
82v, from the Italian: "Geschmuckt und uberreich aufgebaut aus Muscheln, Perlmut, Korallen in grosser Zahl als unterschiedliche, Aste und Strauche, Meermuscheln, Schnecken jeder Art, Schwamme und Kristalle, die dem Auge wie naturliches Eis erscheinen und von denen klarer, glitzernder Regen tropft, als ob es Tranen waren; sie quellen aus Wasserausflussen zwischen den Felsen zu Fussen einer vergoldeten Merkurstatue, die uber einem steilen Absturz von Tuffstein und Kristallen erhabt.
Auswirkungen des kontrollierten Brennes auf Spinnen und Schnecken einer Brachflache bei Rothenbuch im Hochspessart.
NOTES: Ruth Silvian's recipe for schnecken, Yiddish for "little snails," is shared by her granddaughter Lisa Taggart of Mountain View, California.
I n Ziichtung (Fertilization), 1998, wearing pristine lab coats and dainty blue gloves, they peer down microscopes; in Schnecken kommen (The snails are coming), 2000, the pair hoe cabbages while unpleasantly large, shell-less, mutant snails wriggle around their shiny boots.
Conditorei Coppenrath & Wiese of Westerkappen, Germany (Fax: 49-541-9162355) has brought out two additional frozen pre-baked products: Plunder Schnecken (leavened spiral-shaped sweet rolls) and Butter Croissants.
We sit on the floor with the tape recorder, eating William Greenberg, Jr., pecan schnecken (please, not to be confused with rolls) and playing with my cat, Ginger.