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Flan

In numismatics, a coin on which no stamp has been made. These coins are not considered money, though their base metals may still be valuable. See also: Die.
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At that point, Tenorio questioned whether her goal of taking her flan into the big leagues was worth the effort.
I like to make individual flans, as they cook more quickly and are easy to unmold, but a large flan can be cooked in a wide earthenware or ceramic dish or pie plate.
Former Birmingham Post business editor John Duckers said: "Flan was one of those salt of the earth types who would do anything for anyone, readily going out of his way to help.
Rosel's employer has volunteered to help her sell her leche flans to her colleagues to raise some money to settle the bills and other expenses Olan has incurred during his stay here.
The functional pudding packaging is used for the first time for the traditional flan of Swiss Migros, Since the beginning of 2008, this pudding product which is made according to its traditional recipe has been available in the new packaging.
Cut each slice diagonally and place into a 25cm flan dish, pressing slices evenly to cover the sides and base of the flan.
From Gazpacho (Cooking at the Natural Cafe in Santa Fe); Zuni Succotash (Southwest Indian Cookbook); Burgundy Venison Steak Tips (Sassy Southwest Cooking); and Chicken Tacos with Avocado (Beyond Loaves and Fishes); to Ruidoso Winner (Savoring the Southwest); Bavarian Apple Torte (Recipes from the Cotton Patch); Applesauce Cake (Billy the Kid Cook Book); and Berry-Pecan Flan (The Santa Fe School of Cooking Cookbook), each easy-to-prepare recipes has a complete list of readily acquired ingredients and step-by-step preparatory instructions.
Sample dishes bursting with original flavor include Anasazi Bean-Dip Boats, Tequila and Citrus-Grilled Chicken with Mesquite Honey, Crayfish-Corn Risotto, Pumpkin Flan, and much more.
It's serious business and nothing like the strolls that some of you may be fond of, particularly when there is a row over who has provided the best flan.
innards into mush or flan. HCV is perhaps prevalent in 30% or more of
It's popping up as a replacement for zabaglione (or sabayon on a French menu), flan, or creme brulee (which means "burnt cream"), all of which are looking a bit tired.
supermarkets are stocking their shelves with food such items as tortillas and flan.