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- n. Plural form of bun.
- n. buttocks
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n.pl. the buttocks.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the fleshy part of the human body that you sit on
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Featuring Lional Lepus, one of the expert stunt buns from the forthcoming major motion picture
Over these buns is a fictional hair ornament or diadem that covers them with ribbon that streams from each.
The recipe for these delightful buns comes from the 1803 American edition of a book by Susannah Carter which was originally published in England around 1765.
Remove the buns from the pans and place them on a cooling rack.
All other meals and mug-ups were women's responsibility, as was the family's baking: the endless production of raisin buns, frozies, pies, gingerbreads, bottomers, and several batches of bread per week (indeed, some women with large families baked bread daily).
Remove the buns from the oven, let stand for 2 to 3 minutes, then invert onto the cooling racks.
On buns, I basically say the same has been true in the main on private label buns, you could almost buy two or one brand even though the brand might be a larger type bun, heavier weight, et cetera.
The only drawback to cinnamon buns is that they take a little bit of patience and planning to make - making them a less-than-perfect breakfast option if you don’t want to spend some time baking when you first wake up!
The orange sugar mixture you use to fill the buns was a little excessive as a lot of it leaked out the sides.
(What ever you call them in your part of the world, chelsea buns are a rectangle of dough spread with nuts, raisins, cinnamon, brown sugar and melted butter, rolled, sliced and baked.)