seedcake


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seedcake

(ˈsiːdˌkeɪk)
n
(Cookery) a sweet cake flavoured with caraway seeds and lemon rind or essence

seed•cake

(ˈsidˌkeɪk)

n.
a sweet cake containing aromatic seeds.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.seedcake - a sweet cake flavored with sesame or caraway seeds and lemon
cake - baked goods made from or based on a mixture of flour, sugar, eggs, and fat
caraway seed - aromatic seeds of the caraway plant; used widely as seasoning
Translations

seedcake

[ˈsiːdkeɪk] Ntorta f de alcaravea
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Bhaer down on his hands and knees, with Tina on his back, Kitty leading him with a jump rope, and Minnie feeding two small boys with seedcakes, as they roared and ramped in cages built of chairs.
These events stretch back, down this old-veined country, where folk-singing, morris-dancing and even village stocks still have a place, along with stewed tea, diluted orange juice, coconut shies, seedcake, hooka-duck barrels, Gipsy fortune tellers - and bookstalls selling tattered Dandy albums from the 1970s, featuring Korky the Cat.
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The story ends with a special seedcake recipe for birds that children can make, and a list of organizations that support and help families of children with different kinds of special needs.
As this parade vanished from view, I saw spinster sisters spread chunky marmalade on hunks of hot brown toast, while they sniped at each other over the teapot; widows on the romp; the spindly curate of the slums with his agile Adam's apple, lifting dumb-bells to impress spotty delinquents; the sad general behind the mustard jar, stalking Napoleon with his tin soldiers; skint Romeos in provincial hotels, evangelists and witches, spivs in mirrors, astronauts with bus passes, toothy philatelists, growers of giant marrows, picklers, seedcake bakers and astronomers in pyjamas.
The plant will convert 100,000 tonnes of rapeseed into biodiesel and 60,000 tonnes of seedcake aimed at the Scandinavian market, mainly Norway, where state-owned fuel company Statoil is a potential major customer.
She remembers having "impregnated" Bloom with a seedcake among the rhododendrons on Howth Head, and that it was the woman in him that attracted the man in her: "yes that was why I liked him because I saw he understood or felt what a woman is and I knew I could always get round him" (932).
Many flower arrangers use the dried pods in arrangements, while bakers use the seeds in many recipes, including poppyseed bagels and seedcake.
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