from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Puff-paste baked in the form of a cane.
  • n. A sort of cake. See the extract.


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  • Cut them off before the steak is broiled, and put them aside to use for Hamburg steaks, curry balls, timbale or cannelon, making a new and sightly dish from that which would otherwise have been thrown away.

    Made-Over Dishes

  • When done, remove the paper, dish the cannelon, and pour around plain tomato sauce.

    Made-Over Dishes

  • Roll the cannelon in a plate of flour, and put it in the braising pan with the pork and vegetables.

    Miss Parloa's New Cook Book


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  • For more example sentences, see cannelons.

    December 28, 2011