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  • noun Plural form of flan.

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Examples

  • Or, to take an example from comestibles, a Flanner limited his activity to the making of flat cakes called flans or flawns, from Old Fr. flaon (flan), a word of Germanic origin, ultimately related to flat

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  • Hence East's occasional appearances "it was a birthday present" flinging flans.

    Jamie East: I didn't sell half of Holy Moly to Endemol without TV in mind

  • You keep the pugnacious contenders who are raring to go at each other, sabotaging their competitors' wardrobes and poking their flans!

    EVERYONE NEEDS TO STOP YELLING AT US TO KEEP IT DOWN

  • Brii served the flans with a simple mixture of creamy yogurt and tangy horseradish.

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  • Then, one recent day, I noticed my local grocery selling little cast-iron dishes that you'd use to make, oh, I don't know, little flans or puddings or something.

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  • Upscale Afghan cuisine has adopted a lot of British and Indian desserts—divinely delicate flans, rice puddings flavored with rose water.

    Peace Meals

  • Then, one recent day, I noticed my local grocery selling little cast-iron dishes that you'd use to make, oh, I don't know, little flans or puddings or something.

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  • Brii served the flans with a simple mixture of creamy yogurt and tangy horseradish.

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  • Upscale Afghan cuisine has adopted a lot of British and Indian desserts—divinely delicate flans, rice puddings flavored with rose water.

    Peace Meals

  • It takes on myriad forms across the globefrom chowan mushi in Japan, to Spanish flan, to flans made with coconut milk throughout Southeast Asia, to French quiche, to American bread pudding.

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