Definition of Syllabub. Meaning of Syllabub. Synonyms of Syllabub

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Definition of Syllabub

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Sillabub Sil"la*bub, n. [Cf. sile to strain, and bub liquor, also Prov. E. sillibauk.] A dish made by mixing wine or cider with milk, and thus forming a soft curd; also, sweetened cream, flavored with wine and beaten to a stiff froth. [Written also syllabub.]
Syllabub
Syllabub Syl"la*bub, n. Same as Syllabub.

Meaning of Syllabub from wikipedia

- Syllabub is an English sweet frothy drink which was po****r from the 16th to 19th centuries. Syllabub also refers to a dessert based on the drink, which...
- Broadway by Whitney Kershaw in 1982. Jonadette Carpio portra**** the role (as "Syllabub") in the 2019 film adaptation. The youngest kitten of her tribe, Jemima...
- Spoom Spotted **** Strawberry rhubarb pie Syllabub Swiss roll Treacle tart Trifle Tea cake Victoria Sponge Syllabub is an English sweet dish described by...
- confection, which is still consumed today as a cold set dessert similar to syllabub. To make the drink, milk was heated to a boil, then mixed with wine or...
- crème Quesillo#Venezuela Rice pudding, including kheer Semolina pudding Syllabub Tocino de cielo [it] Trifle Vla Zabaglione (sabayon) The proverb, "The...
- Exemplars Thomas Dawson (The Good Huswifes Jewell, 1585) Dishes Black pudding Fruit fool Pancake Scones Syllabub Trifle (without jelly)...
- Husvvifes Ievvell. World Cat. OCLC 606520795. "Three British Desserts: Syllabub, Fool and Trifle". Article by Diana Serbe. Archived from the original on...
- biscuits are known from the mid-18th century. In 1747 Hannah Gl****e adds syllabub and currant jelly over the custard. Similar recipes are known for the same...
- Originally served in a punch bowl, early recipes resembled posset and syllabub in the use of curdled, strained cream, leaving only lactic acid. This technique...
- Exemplars Thomas Dawson (The Good Huswifes Jewell, 1585) Dishes Black pudding Fruit fool Pancake Scones Syllabub Trifle (without jelly)...
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