Did you by any chance mean caramel, carmel-by-the-sea?
- n. US, uncommon, nonstandard Alternative form of caramel.
- Variant of caramel influenced by two-syllable pronunciations of that word. (Wiktionary)
“But what sort of Church is it, anyway, that takes the writings of a teenaged girl in carmel, places them with the hymns of a Syrian bishop and the meticulous and careful reasoning of a medieval scholastic, and says these are all worth reading?”
“Regarding your contest, this was an easy question to answer - carmel apple cheesecake is by far the best!!”
“Mmm, yummy cheesecake choice would be either pumpkin or carmel.”
“My favorite cheesecake has to be a regular cheesecake with a carmel apple crumb topping.”
“She had a great recipe with a carmel glaze on top.”
“Our brunettes are dipped in carmel and Vo-Blondes are bathed with deep rich gold, but if you want this fabulous new look, be sure to put yourself in the hands of a top colorist to obtain a perfect natural result.”
“I thought they were fabulous & just sent my husband back out to buy more carmel & coconut to make more!”
“I splurge on a little bag of carmel corn and jelly beans in my pack for fun and quick sugar energy in case I get really drained hiking up a canyon or dragging a deer.”
“Coffee" (carmel frappo-half-caf-latte with stale cinnamon rolls and extra shots of syrup) 2. magazines (whilst waiting for coffee-like beverage) 3. the Fantasy/SF section”
“This former manor house belonging to the Arundell family became home for about 200 years to the Carmelites, (in fact the oldest carmel in England).”
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