Definition of Custards

1. Noun. (plural of custard) ¹



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Definition of Custards

1. custard [n] - See also: custard

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Custards

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cussing
cusso
cussos
cussword
cusswords
cust
custard
custard-apple family
custard apple
custard apple tree
custard apples
custard cream
custard pie
custardlike
custards (current term)
custardy
custock
custocks
custode
custodes
custodes regni
custodia
custodial
custodial account
custodial care
custodian
custodians
custodianship
custodianships

Literary usage of Custards

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1. The Improved Housewife: Or Book of Receipts, with Engravings for Marketing by A. L. Webster (1855)
"Put the custards into cups and set them in a baking pan half filled with water. ... Rennet custards.—See " To Make Rennet." Take half a pint of cream and a ..."

2. Buckeye Cookery and Practical Housekeeping by Estelle Woods Wilcox (1877)
"CREAMS AND custards. For creams and custards eggs should never be beaten in tin, ... For custards the common rule is four eggs, one cup sugar, and one small ..."

3. Modern Cookery, in All Its Branches: Reduced to a System of Easy Practice by Eliza Acton (1845)
"QUINCE OR APPLE custards. Add to a pint of apple-juice prepared as for jelly, ... For quince custards, which if well made are excellent, observe the same ..."

4. The New Cookery: A Book of Recipes, Most of which are in Use at the Battle by Lenna Frances Cooper (1913)
"Soft or stirred custards are always cooked in a double boiler. General Directions—Heat the milk, as this shortens the time of cooking and lessens the ..."

5. Practical Housekeeping: A Careful Compilation of Tried and Approved Recipes by Estelle Woods Wilcox, Bertha Clow (1883)
"CREAMS AND custards. For creams and custards eggs should never be beaten in tin, ... For custards the common rule is four eggs, one cup sugar, and one small ..."

6. The Ladies' New Book of Cookery: A Practical System for Private Families in by Sarah Josepha Buell Hale (1852)
"Of custards— Cream — Rice— Chocolate — Plain — Baked— Souffle — Apple— Fool — Flummery ... custards. CUSTARD is always eaten cold, and either poured over ..."

7. Marion Harland's Complete Cook Book: A Practical and Exhaustive Manual of by Marion Harland (1906)
"COLD PUDDINGS AND custards BESIDES the ordinary baked and boiled custards, there are many ... Boiled cup custards Heat a quart of milk in a double boiler, ..."

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