Did you mayhaps mean panache?
- n. fudge made with brown sugar and butter and milk and nuts
“Every time we came across the word "panoche," there were snickers, especially from the students who spoke Spanish.”
“A large amount of sugar-cane is grown, from which is made _panoche_, a favourite sugar with the natives; it is the syrup from the cane boiled down, and run into cakes of a pound weight, and in appearance is like our maple-sugar.”
“Walnut chocolates, walnut taffy, walnut log, panoche, nougat and many other articles, as well as walnut sundries to put on dishes of ice cream are among the tasty confections for which the demand is very great.”
“Some of them wanted to sell things that would come in handy, such as fowls or panoche (brown sugar).”
“A few Coras passed us leading mules loaded with panoche, to be exchanged in Santa Maria”
“Here, at last, the men whom I had sent to Nacori for provisions overtook us, bringing eighteen dollars 'worth of panoche, and two and”
“Of course, not much was to be gotten there, but we got what there was in the line of food stuffs, panoche”
“So there are recipes for fennel à la Greque and hard boiled eggs in soubise sauce, panoche stew that begins in uncompromising style”
Looking for tweets for panoche.