Recent Examples of shortcake from the Web
DEEP-FRIED HOLY CANNOLI: The Coffee Break, which in the past has successfully cooked s'mores, red velvet Oreos and strawberry shortcake in hot oil, has found a way to fry the classic Italian dessert.
Ice Cream Wasted’s Watermelon Raspberry Sorbet Sammiches are made with fresh watermelon & raspberries, blueberry watermelon syrup, rum melon syrup and shortcake crumble layers.
It can be used to make anything from fried chicken to strawberry shortcake, pizza crust to peanut butter cookies.
Instead, senior food editor Claire Saffitz has a simple paring knife technique that will ensure all of those berries can be made into strawberry shortcake, a tart, a pitcher of frosé, or whatever your heart is telling you to make.
For your sweet tooth, there’s new strawberry, banana and s’mores puffle cups, vegan soft serve and waffle ice cream, and old favorites deep-fried Oreos, strawberry shortcake, scones with jam and elephant ears.
Many farm stalls now have baskets of ever-bearing seascape and Albion strawberries, which are perfect for late-summer shortcakes, or added to green salads for a touch of sweetness.
A berry parfait is one of several desserts, the unique touch here being an olive-oil cake that serves as a base for what could be a messy take on a strawberry shortcake of sorts.
Strawberry shortcake ($5) will be available on the church lawn from 1:30 to 4 p.m. The free concert begins at 4:30 in the sanctuary.
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First Known Use of shortcake
SHORTCAKE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of shortcake for English Language Learners
: a dessert made with a rich cake that is served with sweetened fruit on top
SHORTCAKE Defined for Kids
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