Definition of Savarins

1. savarin [n] - See also: savarin



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Savarins

savagism
savagisms
savaloy
savaloys
savanilla
savanna
savannah
savannah monitor
savannah monitors
savannahs
savannas
savant
savantish
savants
savarin
savarins (current term)
savate
savates
save
save-all
save-alls
save as
save down
save face
save one's breath
save point
save points
save slot
save slots

Literary usage of Savarins

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1. Luncheons: A Cook's Picture Book : a Supplement to the Century Cook Book by Mary Ronald (1902)
"savarins Take some brioche dough (page 209) and add enough milk to make it almost soft ... When the savarins are well soaked place them on a sieve to drain. ..."

2. The Century Cook Book by Mary Ronald (1895)
"savarins Butter some individual timbale-molds, sprinkle them with chopped almonds, ... Let the savarins absorb enough of the hot syrup to be well moistened, ..."

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