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  • n. Plural form of lamington.


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  • While cooperative when quizzed on his knowledge of Aussie slang - only being stumped on obscurities such as lamingtons and ute, which he thought would be a boat - he stone-walled the media when it came to the mention of Hudgens. | Top Stories

  • The meal included local favorites such as lamingtons, coconut-covered sponge cakes.

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  • I must admit though - I voted for the lamingtons! xx

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  • Mat - 7/10, lamingtons should of won he said this while giggling

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  • We had sausages, steaks and meat patties with lamingtons on the table with the other sweets.

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  • Australians of every cultural background are fond of them, and lamingtons now are found far afield in such places as Hong Kong and Singapore.


  • The Sources As the home of lamingtons (mythically or otherwise), Brisbane is a good place to find them.


  • Samantha Sin for The Wall Street Journal Food historian Michael Symons deftly avoids too much exploration of any theories on the origin of the lamington, preferring to note in his encyclopedic "One Continuous Picnic: A Gastronomic History of Australia" that recipes for lamingtons became hugely popular around the time of World War I, as part of an Australia-wide fashion for "dainty" afternoon teas.


  • Uncle Bobs Popular here are the fresh-cream-filled lamingtons, sold individually ($1.65) "We get the occasional request for mock cream," says owner and baker Mr. Noy.


  • A six-pack of plain lamingtons, on the other hand, costs $5.55.



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