Genoise

a light sponge.

Genoise

A genoise (z, z, z, or z; ʒenwaz; Genoese cake or Genovese cake; rarely spelled `génoise` in English) is an Italian sponge cake named after the city of Genoa and closely associated with Italian and French cuisine. Instead of using chemical leavening, air is suspended in the batter through mixing to give volume to the cake. A genoise is not the.....
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genoise

(zhayn-WAHZ) - An almond powder based sponge. It is usually about a 1/4-inch and wrapped around a cake.
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genoise

noun rich and delicate Italian sponge cake
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Genoise

A very rich sponge cake made with eggs and butter. This may be eaten as is with whipped cream or fruit, but also used as the foundation for many other cake preparations.
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genoise

sponge cake
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genoise

[n] - rich and delicate Italian sponge cake
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