- n. Plural form of crumpet.
“Like us english- apparently we walk around with tophats and live off tea and crumpets, which is clearly not entirely true.”
“crumpets," insulting American voters by claiming Americans vote according to beauty, because: "An attractive woman with a glib demeanor and a telegenic smile almost can't be too crazy.”
“At the East Harlem public school for girls the students were fed tea and crumpets, true to the spirit of educating girls differently from the boys.”
“The food, too, feels like home—if home is where you find heavenly, warm crumpets served with butter and lemon curd $7.”
“Meats are a specialty, which makes the English breakfast ($15) a high-quality choice: eggs your way with sausage, black pudding and bacon, plus double-baked hash browns (so good they rival the crumpets for indulgence).”
“I like pretending to be annoyed that it rains at weekends, when in fact I am euphoric at the chance to sit in bed and eat crumpets.”
“Ramsay de Give for The Wall Street Journal Pennsylvania trout is served with poached eggs upon a pair of miniature crumpets.”
“We particularly enjoyed the chapters reserved for a rustic teatime (cast-iron crumpets and clotted cream, anyone?) and desserts (see "The Seven Wonders of the S'more").”
“Cameron singing: "She nearly swooned at his macaroon, and said: 'If you treat me right, you'll have hot rolls every morning – and crumpets every night'.”
“Best Use Very creamy and smooth, it's ideal spread on easily breakable saltine crackers, delicate crumpets or thin, crisp toast.”
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