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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...
- 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,...
- bread Cottage loaf Crumpet Dripping cake English muffin Farl Lardy cake Manchet Milk roll – also known as a 'Blackpool milk roll'. Oatcake Staffordshire...
- 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...
- weddings Kulich Lady Arundel's manchet Lardy cake Lazarakia London bun Longevity peach Lotus seed bun Makówki Manchet Mantecadas Melonpan Mosbolletjies...
- with iron. Fèrè Fèray tout ko Fèray sé kouto, Fèrè Fèray tout ko Fèray sé manchèt. The body of Ogou Fèray is covered with knives, The body of Fèray is covered...
- Fried bread Griddle scone Hot cross bun Iced bun Lardy cake London bun Manchet Muffin Oatcake Pan loaf Plain loaf Potato scone Saffron bun Sally Lunn...
- fashion of little long rowles, and so bake them in an Oven as hot as for Manchet, but you must first let the heat of the Oven p****e over before you put...
- the better-off peasants for hundreds of years, in contrast to the white manchet bread eaten by the rich, and the horsebread eaten by the poorer peasants...
- 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...
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