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  • n. A type of custard-like food, made with fruit.

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Examples

  • I remember meeting a group of Japanese in Heidelberg, more than twenty years ago (I was still at university), and in this group was one lady dressed tradionally (like you see those Geishas wearing - though modern Japanese seem to have a faible for bavarian fashion when you see them on the Oktoberfest in Munich).

    Snapshot Monday: Singapore & Germany

  • It tastes like a giant cinnamon roll with bavarian cream filling and sugary frosting and sprinkles on top.

    Boing Boing

  • The tart has lots of the featured ingredients from standard Anzac biscuits - oats, golden syrup and coconut - in the form of a sticky oatmeal tart topped with a layer of coconut bavarian and a streusel made out of the traditional cookie dough.

    Bites from other Blogs | Baking Bites

  • I would totally watch it; especially if each show had a bavarian cream category!

    'Top Chef: Just Desserts': Who wants to watch another show about cake? | EW.com

  • First of all Sprecher kicks a lot of ass when it comes to rootbeer or cream soda or black bavarian beer. (thank you integrity for the reference.)

    The Expectations Game

  • Sorry you had to do the bavarian three times, but so glad you finished the challenge ... your minis are too cute and very pretty, too.

    strawberry mirror cake

  • Goat cheese bavarian with red beet foam, lemon coulis, and candied walnuts

    Star chefs, star recipes, single burners

  • When I was visiting for the first time New York City in 1972, I found an ad in a New York newspaper, announcing the special "Sommerplatte" bavarian style offered by Luechow's with all the delicious things like knuckles, rippchen, apple pie, etc. and that all together just for 7.25$!

    Just to Look At

  • Well, now we are back in Germany and I am originally from fraconia, but used to live in the Rheinland (1st AD Baumholder) and was then moved over to the Oberpfalz (Grafenwoehr) and now my Fraconian accent mixes with bits and pieces from the Rheinland and a few deeper bavarian words. (uhm, I wonder if anybody understands me at all)....

    Reason 4,278, my DH will not make General - SpouseBUZZ

  • I was wondering the same about whether I could use my bavarian bundt pan, and whether I could just layer the apples and batter so that it is batter on top and bottom.

    mom’s apple cake | smitten kitchen

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