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  • n. Plural form of charlotte.


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  • Butter and then sugar eight 1¼-cup ramekins, soufflé molds or little charlottes.

    Not as Hard as It's Puffed Up to Be

  • To build the charlottes: 9. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.

    All They're Cracked Up to Be

  • I proved to be a natural baker from charlottes to pavlovas, biscotties to pies.

    Ashley Van Buren: My Culinarification

  • He could remember buying charlottes russe (ladyfingers and Bavarian cream) -- which, decades later out of nostalgia, he would pick up for me from a local bakery -- off the back of a wagon on a street near Erasmus High in Brooklyn where he went to school and played lacrosse.

    Tom Engelhardt: Borrowed Time: The World at 65

  • I bet everyone who made charlottes web will tell you how much they loved it and look what they did to it.

    Giving the pig a happy ending

  • The charlottes were really lovely--the bread edge was slathered with a cinamon butter sugar mixture before being put in the ramekins.

    Archive 2007-10-01

  • Cut each slice into 3 pieces and line the sides of the ramekins with the pieces; kinda squish them in there firmly so they don't fall apart when you unmold the charlottes the buttered side should be touching the walls of the ramekin.

    Archive 2007-10-01

  • This week we made apple charlottes and plated them with creme anglaise and caramel sauce.

    Archive 2007-10-01

  • I have always looked at charlottes with awe- it is not something that you see at parties.

    Archive 2005-05-01

  • Sugar was handed her, and Soames remarked: “This charlottes good!”

    The Man of Property


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