- n. alternative spelling of Demerara.
“Or a "Hawaiian Breakfast Grill" pork sausage, mushrooms, demerara sugar, parsley and – yes!”
“Brush with water, cut 2 notches in the top of each pasty, sprinkle with demerara and bake for 25 minutes.”
“Even after I've stirred in a couple of spoons of demerara, the chocolate retains a bitter edge which makes it feel very grown-up indeed.”
“Rather than the traditional full English breakfast, plus liquids, plus painkillers, author Milton Crawford reckoned we should be whipping up lemon and demerara sugar pancakes or cardamom porridge with spicy apple sauce.”
“I find the accompanying sauce, made from a mixture of double cream, treacle and demerara sugar far too rich for the pudding – it's blandly creamy, rather than stickily toffeeish.”
“What are demerara, turbinado and muscovado sugars?”
“The butterscotch flavor is achieved with a caramel made of muscovado and demerara sugars, enriched with cream, milk, vanilla and sea salt.”
“The Home Run: It's the gift that gives back: The book urges the reader to combat a relatively mild post-tipple morning by making lemon and demerara sugar pancakes for his brood. $10; randomhouse.com”
“Mimi Ritzen Crawford for The Wall Street Journal The Foreign Legion Punch from the Africa section, which mixes cognac with chai red bush tea, fresh lemon juice, demerara syrup and black cherry preserves.”
“Serves 4. 4 ripe peaches8 tbsp cream cheese or mascarpone2 tbsp caster sugar1 tsp grated orange zest2 or 3 drops vanilla extract4 tbsp ground almondsa little demerara sugarSlice the peaches in half and twist out the stone.”
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