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  • n. Plural form of icing.


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  • Someday I will just remember that I do not like (non-citrus) icings on bundt cakes and that serving it "naked" with a dollop of whipped cream would be preferable.

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  • C Mark Letestu, on a two-minute shift in the second period of Game 6 that kept him and teammates on the ice through two icings

    Pittsburgh Penguins Team Report

  • The basic concept was similar: to simplify home baking by supplying the disposable baking tin, cake mix, icings, decorations, even the candles.

    William and Kate

  • Most butterscotch icings rely on butterscotch chips to infuse them with flavor, and this is no exception.

    Homemade Butterscotch Krimpets | Baking Bites

  • I put both icings into the same piping bag so that the frosting would have a marble look to it.

    Marble Cupcakes | Baking Bites

  • You can use any type of batter such as genoise, meringue, chocolate sponge, etc. etc., and fillings, icings, and decorations as you like, and any size from regular to miniature.

    2008 December « Baking History

  • And the NHL released a video detailing new rules that was sent to all teams it includes examples and explanations on hits to the head, preventing contact on icings and rules for fighting or other altercations.

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  • Billy has been asking me for an orange cake but I don't like the powdered sugar icings most recipes call for.

    Orange Bundt Cake

  • Among the numerous products that recently were or may still be made with trans fats are fried foods, baked goods, cookies, crackers, candies, snack foods, icings, and vegetable shortenings.


  • I icebox cookies, see refrigerator cookies icings: Lemon, 98–99

    The Christmas Cookie Cookbook


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