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  • noun Plural form of dariole.

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Examples

  • The latter indeed, probably because he found himself the author of a kinder action than he had thought of, seemed delighted with the appetite of the young Scot; and when, at length, he observed that his exertions began to languish, endeavoured to stimulate him to new efforts by ordering confections, darioles [cream cakes], and any other light dainties he could think of, to entice the youth to continue his meal.

    Quentin Durward

  • Custard tarts have a long history in Britain, and were served at the Medieval table where they were know as doucets or darioles.

    Archive 2006-01-01

  • Custard tarts have a long history in Britain, and were served at the Medieval table where they were know as doucets or darioles.

    Custard Tarts

  • Bonnefons offers a modest selection of sweet, rather small-scale pastries, such as wafers, rissoles, darioles, flans, and talemouses.

    Savoring The Past

  • Bonnefons offers a modest selection of sweet, rather small-scale pastries, such as wafers, rissoles, darioles, flans, and talemouses.

    Savoring The Past

  • When cold cut into shapes with a dariole mould and fry for a few minutes in butter, then turn the darioles out, scoop out a little of each and fill it with eggs beaten up, cover each with a slice of truffle and garnish with a little chopped tongue.

    The Cook's Decameron: a study in taste, containing over two hundred recipes for Italian dishes

  • Line some small suitably shaped moulds (darioles will do very nicely); fill the centre with uncooked rice or flour to keep the shape while baking; cut some strips of paste, twist them, and bend them into the shape of handles; bake them very pale.

    Choice Cookery

  • The flavouring of the darioles may be varied by substituting lemon, cinnamon, or almonds, for the vanilla.

    The Book of Household Management

  • The flavouring of the darioles may be varied by substituting lemon, cinnamon, or almonds, for the vanilla.

    The Book of Household Management

  • a kinder action than he had thought of, seemed delighted with the appetite of the young Scot; and when, at length, he observed that his exertions began to languish, endeavoured to stimulate him to new efforts by ordering confections, darioles [cream cakes], and any other light dainties he could think of, to entice the youth to continue his meal.

    Quentin Durward

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