Definition of Panocha

1. Noun. Fudge made with brown sugar and butter and milk and nuts.

Exact synonyms: Panoche, Penoche, Penuche
Generic synonyms: Fudge



Definition of Panocha

1. a coarse Mexican sugar [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Panocha

pannierlike
panniers
pannikel
pannikels
pannikin
pannikins
panning
pannings
pannose
pannus
pannuses
pano-
panobacumab
panobinostat
panocha (current term)
panochas
panoche
panoches
panocracy
panodic
panoistic
panomphean
panophobia
panophthalmitis
panoplied
panoplies
panoply
panoptic
panoptic stain

Literary usage of Panocha

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Sixty Years in California: A History of Events and Life in California by William Heath Davis (1889)
"A Cargo of panocha brought by Captain Dare in the Ship " Dreadnaught "—John Perry tells Interesting Stories of Central America—Precautions against ..."

2. History of California by Hubert Howe Bancroft, Henry Lebbeus Oak, William Nemos, Frances Fuller Victor (1888)
"Co. was in possession of what was cl. to be part of panocha. ... The case bids fair never to reach an end, McG. and the panocha Grande Quicksilver Min. ..."

3. A Text-book of Cooking by Carlotta Cherryholmes Greer (1915)
"When cool, the panocha is ready for serving. SOUR CREAM CANDY 2 cupfuls brown sugar ... Why is butter added to panocha if milk is substituted for cream ? ..."

4. The Land of Sunshine by Charles Fletcher Lummis (1896)
"... which is generally landed wormy; Lard and panocha (cane sugar), which the heat of the holds melts and ferments; and the latter article remains fermented ..."

5. The Works of Hubert Howe Bancroft by Hubert Howe Bancroft (1888)
"... in which fat was an ingredient in a small quantity, together with sugar, panocha, or honey to sweeten it. There was a way of making the common tortilla ..."

6. Monthly Consular and Trade Reports by United States Bureau of Manufactures (1886)
"The sugar aud panocha exported during the last fiscal year of 1884 to 1885 from the above districts to the Mexican Gulf ports and coast of Lower California ..."

7. California Pastoral. 1769-1848 by Hubert Howe Bancroft (1888)
"It was generally taken in water, with sugar or panocha added. ... panocha, so called in different parts of Spanish America, chin- cate in Mexico, ..."

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