Crossword clues for dessert
- Pie or cake
- Word from the French for "clear the table"
- Sweet serving, often
- Split, e.g
- Piece of cake, e.g
- Pie or pudding
- Mousse, e.g
- Ice, e.g
- Course that a Brit calls "afters"
- Course skipped by a dieter
- Course hinted at by this puzzle
- Brits call it afters
- Ultimate course
- Tutti-frutti e.g
- Trifle, perhaps
- Trifle, for instance
- Sweet menu course
- Sweet meal course
- Sweet food at the end of a meal
- Sugary menu course
- Something to save room for
- Room may be saved for it
- Pudding or cake
- Popular course
- Piece of cake, say
- Pastry, e.g
- Part of a meal that the British call "afters"
- Parfait, e.g
- Menu course
- It's usually downed last
- It may come with multiple forks
- Ice, at times
- Finishing course
- Ending course
- Dinner's end
- Dieter's downfall
- Course that might involve cake
- Course taken last
- Course skipped by dieters
- Course shunned by losers?
- Check preceder
- Calorie course
- Bombe, for one
- Blondie, for example
- A flan or a torte
- "Life is short -- eat ___ first"
- Such as Sauternes
- Item of cutlery
- It could hold sweet drops one's set to move around
- Piece of cake, maybe
- Finishing order
- Final order of things?
- Calorie-crammed course
- Tapioca pudding, e.g.
- Last course of a meal, often
- Charlotte russe, for one
- Check preceder?
- Feast finale
- You may not have room for it
- Something a loser may skip
- Split, e.g.
- A sweet finish
- What a loser may skip
- Ice, e.g.
- There's sometimes no room for it
- See 17-Across
- Pudding or pie
- Back-page menu item, maybe
- Calorie counter's temptation
- Order that's rarely followed?
- A sweet served as the last course of a meal
- Sweet course, usually
- Peaches and cream, e.g.
- A subject of puns herein
- Menu entry
- Pastry or pudding
- Finisher of a sort
- Napoleon, e.g.
- Pie or parfait
- Meal course
- Dinner course
- Peach Melba, for one
- Mousse, e.g.
- Meal ender
- Course designers ultimately admitted to waste
- When talking, leave pudding
- Skipping starter, worried about pudding
- Leave, having eaten the last bit of Christmas pudding
- Menu item
- Napoleon, for one
- Skip it
- Napoleon, e.g
- Turnover, e.g
- Sweet finish
- Pie, e.g
- Kind of menu
- Final course
- Baked Alaska, e.g
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Dessert \Des*sert"\, n. [F., fr. desservir to remove from table, to clear the table; pref. des- (L. dis-) + servir to serve, to serve at table. See Serve.] A service of pastry, fruits, or sweetmeats, at the close of a feast or entertainment; pastry, fruits, etc., forming the last course at dinner.
``An 't please your honor,'' quoth the peasant,
``This same dessert is not so pleasant.''
Dessert spoon, a spoon used in eating dessert; a spoon intermediate in size between a teaspoon and a tablespoon.
Dessert-spoonful, n., pl. Dessert-spoonfuls, as much as a dessert spoon will hold, usually reckoned at about two and a half fluid drams.
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
n. A sweet confection served as the last course of a meal
is a Japanese Shōjo, and Josei manga magazine published by Kodansha. It began as a new shojo magazine in 1996 after the demise of Shōjo Friend. The series that were still ongoing in Shōjo Friend were then moved to Dessert or The Dessert. The magazine's main sales targets are girls in their late teens, and women in their early twenties. __TOC__
Dessert (pronounced in English) is the first and only studio album of the Japanese idol girl group Chocolove from AKB48. The album was released in November 21, 2007 and is also available in two editions: a limited edition containing a photobook with 24 pages and a regular edition.
"Dessert" is a song by American singer and producer Dawin. It was released in the United States on March 17, 2015. It peaked at number 6 on the Official New Zealand Music Chart.
Another version of the song features American rapper Silentó, which was his 1st solo record; this version includes writers Ricky Hawk and Timothy Mingo.
Dessert is a course that concludes an evening meal.
Dessert may also refer to:
- "Dessert" (song), a 2015 song by Dawin
- Dessert (magazine)
- Dessert wine
Dessert is a course that concludes a main meal. The course usually consists of sweet foods and beverages, such as dessert wine or liqueurs, but may include coffee, cheeses, nuts, or other savory items. In some parts of the world, such as much of central and western Africa, there is no tradition of a dessert course to conclude a meal.
The term "dessert" can apply to many foods, such as cakes, tarts, cookies, biscuits, gelatins, pastries, ice creams, pies, puddings, custards, and sweet soups. Fruit is also commonly found in dessert courses because of its naturally occurring sweetness. Some cultures sweeten foods that are more commonly savory to create desserts.
Usage examples of "dessert".
Madame Angelin, for he knew very well that, on the days when the good lady called, there was some dessert at supper in the evening.
It proceeded to chew its way up the wood as if the oars were breadsticks, and was well on its way to having Jimmy and Danny Shaftoe for lunch, and Jack for dessert, when the Nayars up on the boat opened fire with their blunderbusses.
He eats very little bread, and calls himself economical because he spares himself the expense of soup and dessert, which circumstance made me remark that an English dinner is like eternity: it has no beginning and no end.
Laurie chatted and applauded readily enough, but she picked at both her capellini and dessert, and several times fingered the cell phone on the table beside her elbow.
At one place he achieved two cups of shameless chickory, at another three sardines, at a third a dessert of elderly bananas.
Then, as the waiter was bringing dessert, the clubman inserted a cigarette in the long holder and puffed thoughtfully.
I have it on impeccable authority that you cornhole Tammy Sue Clendennon in the Gun and Skeet Club library every Wednesday, then pork your secretary, Marbella Tremaine, for dessert.
The expression on her pretty face as she watched the dessert return to the cart was eloquent with loathing, as if a whipped cream-covered chunk of earwax graced the dainty plate.
Falernian white to accompany the fishier, more nibbly first course, a superb Chian red to accompany the meaty, more substantial main course, and a sweetish, slightly effervescent white wine from Alba Fucentia to accompany the desserts and cheeses which formed the third, final course.
When the dessert came in she rose, and her husband followed her to their room.
Those bound for Oregon must decide if they should risk fifty miles of grueling dessert, or take the longer, but safer route through Fort Bridge.
Strasburg pie, the smoked tongue, the other side-dishes, a noble Minorcan cheese, dessert and a capital port overlaid the unfortunate, even vulturine memory of the geese.
There were eight courses in all, with eight wines, winding up with a dessert which Margit told him was Nesselrode Pudding with Sabayon Fruit, served with a slightly chilled sauterne.
Aminta de Olivella was radiant as she decided to serve the dessert on the terraces even though they had already had their coffee.
Collapsed eye sockets lined with black photoreceptive film grinned at him as it bowed and extended the bowl, like a mother offering her spoiled son his favorite dessert.