Definition of Ratafia biscuit
1. Noun. Macaroon flavored with ratafia liqueur.
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Literary usage of Ratafia biscuit
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1. The Italian Confectioner: Or, Complete Economy of Desserts, Containing the by William Alexis Jarrin (1829)
"... add the powdered sugar, and mix it in your mortar for a quarter of an hour, as a good ratafia biscuit cannot be made unless the sugar be well mixed in. ..."
2. The Edinburgh Medical and Surgical Journal (1824)
"Every one is familiar with the unpleasant effects of eating the kernels of the bitter almond, ratafia biscuit, or any thing flavoured with this substance; ..."
3. The Cook's Dictionary and House-keeper's Directory: A New Family Manual of by Richard Dolby (1830)
"... of clarified "V.-ir. leave it on till it begins to burn »ml get brown ; then shake it atout, and pul in an ounce of ratafia biscuit, a small F'. ..."