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Bakewell tart

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Pronunciation: /beɪkwɛlˈtɑːt
 
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Definition of Bakewell tart in English:

noun

British
A baked open pie consisting of a pastry case lined with jam and filled with almond sponge cake: [mass noun]: the recipe for Bakewell tart
More example sentences
  • Now is the time to dig out classic recipes for forgotten puddings such as treacle tart, Eve's pudding, lemon Meringue pie and Bakewell tart.
  • Its a nice little village, nowhere near as exciting as Matlock Bath, but its home of Bakewell tarts and puddings, and the worlds nicest Carrot cake.
  • Christmas pudding only managed 13 th place but was still ahead of rivals such as spotted dick in 15th, Bakewell tart in 19th and summer pudding in 21st and last place.

Origin

named after the town of Bakewell in Derbyshire.

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