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Definition of Manchet

Manchet
Manchet Man"chet, n. Fine white bread; a loaf of fine bread. [Archaic] --Bacon. Tennyson.

Meaning of Manchet from wikipedia

- Manchet, manchette or michette (French), is a wheaten yeast bread of very good quality, or a small flat circular loaf. It was a bread that was small enough...
- Arundel's Manchet is a traditional version of a manchet, a traditional English yeast bread from Sus****. The recipe for Lady Arundel's Manchet was first...
- this bi-manchet is chosen smaller than the diameter over the cable insulation. In this way a permanent pressure is created between the bi-manchet and the...
- Crumpet bread Dripping cake English muffin Farl Lady Arundel's Manchet Lardy cake Manchet Milk roll – also known as a 'Blackpool milk roll'. Sold in most...
- bread Griddle scone Hot cross bun Iced bun Lady Arundel's Manchet Lardy cake London bun Manchet Muffin Pan loaf Plain loaf Potato scone Saffron bun Sally...
- weddings Kulich Lady Arundel's Manchet Lardy cake Lazarakia London bun Longevity peach Lotus seed bun Makówki Manchet Mantecadas Melonpan Mosbolletjies...
- cinnamon and rose water is still sometimes made and called a manchet or Lady Arundel's Manchet. In East Lancashire, the former West Riding of Yorkshire,...
- Sally Lunn bun, which also originates from Bath. Fruit bun Hot cross bun Manchet Sally Lunn bun List of British breads List of buns Semla Scandinavian sweet...
- variation found primarily in parts of Germany and in Upstate New York. Manchetyeast roll po****r with the Tudor Court of which there are many variations...
- during the Enlightenment as 'unwholesome'. In England, noblemen's bread, manchet, was always made with the barm method, whereas the commoners' bread, maslin...
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