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  • n. Plural form of friand.


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  • Yotam Ottolenghi's blackberry and star anise friands sound delicious, but what do you do with the 10 egg yolks left over?

    Food for Fort: Weevils, kidney soup and egg yolks

  • I left out the spices that you might find in a more traditional fruitcake so that you could easily taste the nuttiness of the almonds in the finished friands.

    Brandied Fruitcake Friands | Baking Bites

  • My solution to the problem is a batch of fruitcake friands.

    Brandied Fruitcake Friands | Baking Bites

  • Airline companies know, as my lifestyle demonstrates, film and travel go together like flat whites and friands.

    GreenCine Daily: New Zealand Dispatch.

  • Freshly baked raspberry friands -- muffins made with almond flour -- lay in a basket on the counter, alongside local preserves and strings of garlic.

    Breaking Away

  • You are more than just her niece : I'm sure she also would have loved your friands.

    To Aunt Mary

  • And she'd be smiling down from above to see such lovely friands : My most sincere condolences for your loss. *hugs*

    To Aunt Mary

  • The orange rind and cream cheese make them so soft and they taste like moist orange scented friands.

    Cupcake blog mini roundup

  • The fruit I've chosen to add to these friands is mango - I think coconut and mango and flavours that really work well together and this would an excellent way to showcase that relationship.

    Archive 2008-02-01

  • The friands I've made are a lot lower, probably half the height than the ones you see in the store - only because of the friand cases I used.

    Mango Friands


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