also panocha noun Etymology: Mexican Spanish panocha raw sugar, from Spanish, ear of maize, ultimately from Latin panicula panicle — more at panicle Date: 1871 fudge made usually of brown sugar, butter, cream or milk, and nuts

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  • Penuche — is a fudge flavor made from brown sugar, butter, and milk,cite web |url= and Answers/penuche.htm |title=Penuche Candy: What is it and how is it spelled? |accessdate=2008 03 11 |date=2005 11 01] using no… …   Wikipedia

  • penuche — ☆ penuche or penuchi [pə no͞o′chē ] n. [var. of PANOCHA] a candy resembling fudge, made of brown sugar, milk, butter, and, sometimes, nuts …   English World dictionary

  • penuche — noun fudge made with brown sugar and butter and milk and nuts • Syn: ↑penoche, ↑panoche, ↑panocha • Hypernyms: ↑fudge * * * penuche var. panoche …   Useful english dictionary

  • penuche — /peuh nooh chee/, n. 1. Also, panocha. Northern, North Midland, and Western U.S. a fudgelike candy made of brown sugar, butter, and milk, usually with nuts. 2. panocha (def. 1). [1840 50, Amer.; var. of PANOCHA] * * * …   Universalium

  • penuche — noun /pəˈnuːʧɪ/ A fudge made from brown sugar, butter, milk, and nuts …   Wiktionary

  • penuche — n. coarse brown sugar made in Mexico; type of fudge made with panocha brown sugar (butter, milk and nuts) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • penuche — pe·nu·che …   English syllables

  • penuche — pe•nu•che [[t]pəˈnu tʃi[/t]] n. dial. coo a fudge made of brown sugar, butter, milk, and usu. nuts • Etymology: 1945–50, amer.; var. of panocha orig., raw sugar < MexSp; cf. Sppanocha, var. ofpanojaear of grain, panicle < Lpānucula,… …   From formal English to slang

  • panocha — noun fudge made with brown sugar and butter and milk and nuts • Syn: ↑penuche, ↑penoche, ↑panoche • Hypernyms: ↑fudge * * * I. ˈpəˈnōchə noun ( s) …   Useful english dictionary

  • Fudge — Infobox Prepared Food name = Fudge caption = Fudge alternate name = country = United States region = creator = Multiple claims course = Dessert served = Room tempature main ingredient = sugar butter milk variations = Multiple calories = other =… …   Wikipedia

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