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Johnny’s had bright butterscotch-colored walls, football helmets hanging from the upstairs railing and faded newspaper articles about the KCMO fire department as decor.
There are three choices: butterscotch pudding with marcona almond crumble and salted caramel gelato; chocolate tart with huckleberries, peanut-butter sorbet and toasted peanut crumble; or a selection of seasonal sorbets.
Citrus, stone fruits, herbs and a hint of butterscotch and nuts characterized this mouth-filling wine made mostly of chardonnay with xarel-lo, macabeo, parellada and pinot noir.
Admittedly, Cognac isn't exactly a street drink, and Hennessy is no six-pack of suds or hip flask of whiskey, yet behind the heady notes of pear, bananas, and butterscotch, there's a hint of contrarian.
Rich chocolate cake made with Andean cacao comes with lucuma ice cream made with a fruit paste that tastes like butterscotch and pumpkin.
Comer said to her, and a lot of people in the room clapped, and some people cheered, and afterward, as the room emptied, two people walked up and handed him chocolate and butterscotch pies.
Make butterscotch pudding (from a mix) with 1 percent milk for dessert and top with light whipped cream.
ORDER THE: butterscotch blondies with caramel shards, almond-polenta muffins, banana buttermilk bread, spelt cake with seasonal fruit, cinnamon bun pudding, toasties, egg-yolk chocolate chip cookie.
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Definition of butterscotch for English Language Learners
: a hard candy made by boiling butter, sugar, and water
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