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  • noun Plural form of custard.

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Examples

  • Hence: an asparagus salad with pistachios and an asparagus soup with parmesan custards from the Gourmet Cookbook.

    The Asparagus Follies: Two Ways To Gild the Lily

  • Hence: an asparagus salad with pistachios and an asparagus soup with parmesan custards from the Gourmet Cookbook.

    Toast:

  • The parmesan custards are actually not that hard to make once you figure out that the recommended 250F to bake the custards is probably a typo and that's why after an hour the damn things still haven't set yet.

    Ceasar Salad: The Keller way

  • The parmesan custards are actually not that hard to make once you figure out that the recommended 250F to bake the custards is probably a typo and that's why after an hour the damn things still haven't set yet.

    July, you made it hard to like you.

  • The white "speck" always should be removed from a broken egg, as it is easily distinguished after cooking, and in anything of a liquid nature, such as custards, sauces, etc., it would be hard and unpleasant.

    The Story of Crisco

  • There are, of course, numerous other dishes in which eggs are required, such as custards, cakes, mayonnaise, etc., but these are omitted here, as recipes for them are included in the lessons that pertain directly to them.

    Woman's Institute Library of Cookery Volume 2: Milk, Butter and Cheese; Eggs; Vegetables

  • While every effort should be made to cook mixtures containing eggs, such as custards or mayonnaise, so as to prevent curds from forming, occasionally they will form in spite of all that can be done.

    Woman's Institute Library of Cookery Volume 2: Milk, Butter and Cheese; Eggs; Vegetables

  • Very light puddings, such as custards, should be placed in a steamer.

    The Story of Crisco

  • Although any size egg may be used for frying, scrambling, cooking in the shell, and poaching, most recipes for baked dishes, such as custards and cakes, are based on the use of

    Original Signal - Transmitting Buzz

  • Ducks’ eggs are usually so strongly flavoured that, plainly boiled, they are not good for eating; they answer, however, very well for various culinary preparations where eggs are required; such as custards, &c. &c.

    The Book of Household Management

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