English-Russian dictionary of culinary. 2014.

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  • cracknels — n. cracklings, crunchy material left over after melting down pork or chicken fat crack·nel || kræknÉ™l n. hard brittle cake or biscuit …   English contemporary dictionary

  • Cake —    Cakes made of wheat or barley were offered in the temple. They were salted, but unleavened (Ex. 29:2; Lev. 2:4). In idolatrous worship thin cakes or wafers were offered to the queen of heaven (Jer. 7:18; 44:19).    Pancakes are described in 2… …   Easton's Bible Dictionary

  • Sbitenshchik — (Russian: сбитенщик) was a sbiten vendor (sbiten – a hot winter Russian traditional drink) in old Russia. The tradition began in 12th century.The comic opera The Sbiten Vendor ( Сбитенщик – Sbitenshchik ) by Yakov Knyazhnin with music by French… …   Wikipedia

  • cracknel — /krak nl/, n. 1. a hard, brittle cake or biscuit. 2. cracknels, small bits of fat pork fried crisp. Cf. scrapple. [1350 1400; ME crak(e)nele < MF *craquenelle, metathetic alter. of craquelin < MD crakelinc, equiv. to crake(n) to CRACK + linc… …   Universalium

  • Mouldy —    Of the Gibeonites it is said that all the bread of their provision was dry and mouldy (Josh. 9:5, 12). The Hebrew word here rendered mouldy (nikuddim) is rendered cracknels in 1 Kings 14:3, and denotes a kind of crisp cake. The meaning is that …   Easton's Bible Dictionary

  • 1 Kings 14 — 1 At that time Abijah the son of Jeroboam fell sick. 2 And Jeroboam said to his wife, Arise, I pray thee, and disguise thyself, that thou be not known to be the wife of Jeroboam; and get thee to Shiloh: behold, there is Ahijah the prophet, which… …   The King James version of the Bible

  • Cracknell — This long established surname, now widely recorded in the East Anglian counties of Suffolk and Cambridgeshire, is primarily of Anglo Saxon origin, and a locational name either from Crakenhall, a parish north west of Bedale in the North Riding of… …   Surnames reference

  • cracknel — crack•nel [[t]ˈkræk nl[/t]] n. 1) coo a hard, brittle biscuit 2) coo cracknels, bits of fat pork fried crisp • Etymology: 1350–1400; MEcrak(e)nele …   From formal English to slang