Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as angel-cake.
“I could have brought some apple pie with me today, but there was this nice little piece of angel-food cake.”
“Natalie -- I think angel-food cake has a bit more heft than those sponge cakes.”
“The recipes are usually paired with the angel-food cake recipes.”
“Through its headquarters in Golden, Colo., the 1,600 members of the Angel Collectors Club of America exchange information on everything from angel cookie jars and postage stamps to -- of course -- angel-food recipes.”
“And when you click on the webisodes, the Cool Whip commecial that precedes the treat is for–I am not lying–an angel-food/pineapple cake recipe.”
“I made this cake in an angel-food cake pan and it came out beautifully–but my 3 year-old was running around me in the kitchen and I forgot to add the almonds.”
“Iran had a contract to buy “angel-food” Unnilennium from the Romulans in a deal closed on one of the moons of Saturn.”
“A small quantity of cream of tartar is used without soda in such mixtures as angel-food cake, in which egg white alone is used to make the mixture light.”
“His father was eager to know how the change had been brought about, and I explained on the score of the angel-food cake and ice-cream he had had over at Harry's, with no slight mention of my glorious white rag.”
“Then the pride of that home, the sumptuous feast of chicken and angel-food cake, and the parental acclaim -- all befitting the stanch upholder of the family honor.”
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