Trifle

Trifle is an English dessert dish made from thick (or often solidified) custard, fruit, sponge cake (often soaked in sherry or other fortified wine), fruit juice or jelly, and whipped cream. These ingredients are usually arranged in layers. ==History== The earliest use of the name trifle was for a thick cream flavoured with sugar, ginger and rosew...
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Trifle

• (n.) To act or talk without seriousness, gravity, weight, or dignity; to act or talk with levity; to indulge in light or trivial amusements. • (v. t.) To make of no importance; to treat as a trifle. • (n.) A thing of very little value or importance; a paltry, or trivial, affair. • (n.) A dish composed of sweetmeats, fruits, ca...
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trifle

(TRI-fuhl) - It is a cake well soaked with sherry and served with boiled custard poured over it. The English call this cake a Tipsy Cake or Pudding and Tipsy Hedgehog. The word "trifle" comes from the Old French "trufle," and literally means something whimsical or of little consequence.
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trifle

1. A thing of very little value or importance; a paltry, or trivial, affair. 'With such poor trifles playing.' (Drayton) 'Trifles light as air Are to the jealous confirmation strong As proofs of holy writ.' (Shak) 'Small sands the mountain, moments make year, And frifles life.' (Young) ... 2. A dish composed of sweetmeats, fruits, cake, wine, etc, ...
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trifle

noun sponge cake spread with jam and soaked in wine; served with a custard sauce
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trifle

something of small importance
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Trifle

Trifle is a sweet dish of sponge-cakes flavoured with wine or jam and topped with custard and whipped cream.
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trifle

[n] - jam-spread sponge cake soaked in wine served with custard sauce
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