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sweetened mixture of milk and eggs baked or boiled or frozen

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He must have been a great loss to this country," said Dorothy, who was by this time eating her custard pie.
I'm sure everyone in Scotland has at some point eaten and enjoyed a custard cream biscuit straight from the packet.
BISCUIT fans are choking on their cuppas - after accusing Tesco of messing with its custard creams.
Custard joins mum Crumble, and Rhubarb, at the shelter in the appropriately named Galloping Green Road.
The New York City -founded brand is known for its natural, antibiotic-free Angus beef burgers, griddled hot dogs, frozen custard and crinkle cut fries.
The newest frozen custard treats are available at all of its locations across the region, Shake Shack stated, adding that the new cheesecake concretes will be in store for a "limited time only.
Good, hard work and family values were what brought Steve Nielsen to the frozen custard business in 1981.
He came back with a slice all warmed up, It looked so tasty with custard on top, She was very pleased and soon tucked in, But after a bite, a frown replaced her grin.
Dear Nadia, Do you have a really good custard recipe?
THE Custard Factory has launched a new YouTube channel that will showcase Digbeth's successes, stories and hidden gems.
30pm (Not Wales) You wouldn't think custard could be so exotic.
Wisconsin's Culver's Frozen Custard and ButterBurgers have applied to the Manatee County for the establishment of a new restaurant at West Bradenton.
Custard (instant will do) Gummy bears Drink umbrellas Glasses or clear plastic cups METHOD 1.
Layer upon layer of brandy, rum, creamy custard, fruit, amaretti biscuits and Madeira cake is finally topped with a smug lemon syllabub and a cluster of roses.
Pour the custard into the prepared dishes, dividing equally.