[n] - a dish served as the last course of a meal
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Des·sert' noun [ French, from desservir to remove from table, to clear the table; prefix des- (L. dis- ) + servir to serve, to serve at table. See Serve .] A service of pastry, fruits, or sweetmeats, at the close of a...
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A service of pastry, fruits, or sweetmeats, at the close of a feast or entertainment; pastry, fruits, etc, forming the last course at dinner. ''An 't please your honor,' quoth the peasant, 'This same dessert is not so pleasant.'' (Pope) Dessert spoon, a spoon used in eating dessert; a spoon intermed...
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sweet 1 afters noun a dish served as the last course of a meal
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• (n.) A service of pastry, fruits, or sweetmeats, at the close of a feast or entertainment; pastry, fruits, etc., forming the last course at dinner.
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the last course of a meal. In the United States dessert is likely to consist of pastry, cake, ice cream, pudding, or fresh or cooked fruit. British ...
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In cultures around the world, dessert or pudding is a course that typically comes at the end of a meal, usually consisting of sweet food. The word comes from the French language as dessert and this from Old French desservir, "to clear the table" and "to serve." The etymology is linked to the mediev...
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sweet dish served after a meal
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pudding (also called dessert here so people would know what you mean)
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(di-ZERT) - Meaning a usually sweet food served as the final course of a meal. The word was first recorded in 1600 and it derives from a French word meaning, "to clear the table." This etymology is still reflected in current table service, where it is customary to remove everything from the table th...
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1) A dish served as the last course of a meal 2) A sweet finish 3) Afters 4) Baked alaska, e.g. 5) Calorie-crammed course 6) Calorific course 7) Charlotte russe, for one 8) Check preceder? 9) Course 10) Diet buster, often 11)
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Dessert bars, or simply bars or squares, are a type of American "bar cookie" that has the texture of a firm cake or softer than usual cookie. They are prepared in a pan and then baked in the oven. They are cut into squares or rectangles. They are staples of bake sales and are often made for birthda...
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Dessert crops are defined as types of crops or plants that are not, (or historically were not) used in everyday consumption. They are used for "dessert," which is a loose definition for special occasions, for use by the elite, or for pleasure rather than sustenance. Some examples of such crops in t...
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The result of the debate was DELETE. -Splashtalk 01:02, 7 March 2006 (UTC) ===List of management consulting service providers=== Redundant with the list at Management consulting. The high ratio of anonymous edits warrants the suspicion that the page is used to a great extent for advertising purpose...
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[n] - a small plate on which dessert can be served
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noun a small plate on which dessert can be served
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Dessert salads are dishes made with jellos, whipped toppings, fruits, vegetables, mayonnaise, and various other ingredients. These salads are served at some buffet and cafeterias, and are also served at potlucks and parties. They can be prepared ahead of time and are transportable. They include swe...
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A set of crockery, usually porcelain, for eating and serving desserts, comprising fruit comport(s), sweet sauce and sugar tureens, and dessert plates. The fashion for having a special service separate from the dinner service began in the second half of the 18thC -sometimes to the point of setting a ...
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A dessert spoon is a spoon designed specifically for eating dessert and sometimes used for soup or cereals. Similar in size to a soup spoon (intermediate between a teaspoon and a tablespoon) but with an oval rather than round bowl, it typically has a capacity around twice that of a teaspoon. The us...
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[n] - a spoon larger than a teaspoon and smaller than a tablespoon
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noun a spoon larger than a teaspoon and smaller than a tablespoon
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Dessert und Wein
See under dessert wine , cooking wine and wine to foods .
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[n] - still sweet wine often served with dessert or after a meal
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