crowdie
noun Etymology: alteration of crud curd Date: 1820 a Scottish cottage cheese that is partially cooked

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  • Crowdie — is a Scottish cream cheese, or the term less often refers to a type of brose (an uncooked porridge). The cheese is often eaten with oatcakes, and recommended before a ceilidh as it is said to alleviate the effects of whisky drinking. The texture… …   Wikipedia

  • Crowdie — Pays d’origine Royaume Uni Lait de vache …   Wikipédia en Français

  • crowdie — crow·die or crow·dy (kro͞oʹdē, krōʹ , kro͝odʹē) n. Scots pl. crow·dies 1. A soft cheese made from curds. 2. Porridge; gruel.   [Origin unknown.] * * * …   Universalium

  • crowdie — noun a) Gruel or thin porridge b) A Scottish form of cottage cheese …   Wiktionary

  • crowdie — [ kraʊdi] (also crowdy) noun a soft Scottish cheese made from buttermilk or sour milk. Origin C19: from crud + ie …   English new terms dictionary

  • crowdie — crow·die …   English syllables

  • crowdie — ˈkrau̇dē noun ( s) Etymology: alteration (influenced by crowdy) of crud (curd) : a Scottish cottage cheese that is partially cooked …   Useful english dictionary

  • Cranachan — Cranachan. Cranachan (Scottish Gaelic: Creannachan Scottish Gaelic pronunciation: [ˈkʰɾanəxan]) is a traditional Scottish dessert. In more modern times it is usually made from a mixture of whipped cream, whisky, honey (preferably heather… …   Wikipedia

  • Caboc — Pays d’origine Écosse Lait de vache …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Cheddar cheese — Country of origin England Region Somerset Town …   Wikipedia

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