from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A syrup, sauce, candy, or flavoring made by melting butter and brown sugar together.
- n. A golden or tawny brown.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A hard candy made from butter, brown sugar, syrup and vanilla
- n. A light brown colour, like that of butterscotch candy.
- adj. Of a light brown colour, like that of butterscotch candy.
- adj. Having the flavour of butterscotch.
What's good: Steak, beef & mushroom ragout, flambe prawn pasta, lamb shank, ginger pudding with brandied candy topping & ice-cream in butterscotch sauce, pear & almond pie, most of their sweets actually.
But it ain’t a butterscotch surprise cake without the butterscotch, is it?
I saw the word butterscotch in the DB forum and just HAD to click * drool*.
#47/December 2, 2009/4: 18 min. Jay Goldman, also known as his butterscotch alter-ego, the daring Mr. Mobile, dares you to gaze upon these
The slightly burnt taste recalls butterscotch as much as caramel, and calling the texture rich is a pitiful understatement: it is, in fact, so luscious that you want to fill a swimming pool with the stuff and dive in.
Or else you could make a kind of butterscotch glaze: just heat some brown sugar, a little unsalted butter and a dash of cream together on the stove — it makes a thick sauce which you can then pour on the cake with praline almonds.
So today I wanted to try making "butterscotch" divinity.
Birch's "butterscotch;" while, as to the brown lemon stick, it was beyond praise.
Afterward, in the ice cream parlor, Jane had spooned butterscotch sundae into her mouth and listened to the debate swirling around her.
I hop into the space between the two beds, and he reaches onto the night table and puts on his stupid butterscotch glasses.