fairy bread

  • 1 Fairy bread — is sliced bread (usually white) spread with margarine or butter, and covered with hundreds and thousands. These are commonly added by pushing the bread, face down, into a plate of them.Fairy bread is served at children s parties, almost… …

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  • 2 fairy bread — Slices of white bread cut into triangles, buttered and sprinkled with tiny, coloured sugar balls called hundreds and thousands . Fairy bread is frequently served at children s parties in Australia. The name possibly comes from the poem Fairy… …

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  • 3 fairy bread — noun An Australian snack made of buttered bread covered in hundreds and thousands. I notice that the rest of the party food has just about disappeared. All that is left are a few puddles of congealing tomato sauce, a couple of smashed meringues… …

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  • 4 Fairy bread — children s party food favourite bread and butter with 100 s 1000 s on top …

    Dictionary of Australian slang

  • 5 fairy bread — Australian Slang children s party food favourite bread and butter with 100 s; 1000 s on top …

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  • 6 fairy bread — /ˈfɛəri brɛd/ (say fairree bred) noun buttered bread sprinkled with hundreds and thousands …

    Australian English dictionary

  • 7 Fairy — Infobox Paranormalcreatures Creature Name = Fairy Image Caption = Take the Fair Face of Woman… by Sophie Anderson Grouping = Mythological creature Born = 105BC Died = NA Possibilities = AKA = Fay Fae Faerie Wee Folk Good Folk Fair Folk Country =… …

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  • 8 Fairy Godmother (Shrek) — Shrek character name= Fairy Godmother caption= gender=Female form=Fairy spouse= unknown husband family=Prince Charming(son) voiced by=Jennifer Saunders Film Appearance= Shrek 2|The Fairy Godmother is a fictional character and the main antagonist… …

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  • 9 fairy loaves —    A name for fossil sea urchins, because their plump domed shape, with five lines at the apex, resembles a small round loaf. They are found in chalky downland; they were said to be lucky, and whoever finds one should spit on it and toss it over… …

    A Dictionary of English folklore

  • 10 Prunella (fairy tale) — Prunella is an Italian fairy tale. Andrew Lang included it The Grey Fairy Book . [Andrew Lang, The Grey Fairy Book , [http://www.surlalunefairytales.com/rapunzel/stories/prunella.html Prunella ] ] It is Aarne Thompson type 310, the Maiden in the… …

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  • 11 The Witch (fairy tale) — The Witch is a Russian fairy tale. Andrew Lang included it in The Yellow Fairy Book .A version of the tale, under the title The Twins and the Snarling Witch , appears in A Book of Witches , by Ruth Manning Sanders.ynopsisA poor widower with twin… …

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  • 12 The Water of Life (German fairy tale) — The Water of Life ( de. Das Wasser des Lebens) is a German fairy tale collected by the Brothers Grimm, tale number 97. [Jacob and Wilheim Grimm, Household Tales , [http://www.surlalunefairytales.com/authors/grimms/97wateroflife.html The Water of… …

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  • 13 On Fairy-Stories — is an essay by J. R. R. Tolkien which discusses the fairy story as a literary form. It was initially written for presentation by Tolkien as the Andrew Lang lecture at the University of St Andrews, Scotland, in 1939. It first appeared in print,… …

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  • 14 Not by Bread Alone — Cover of the first edition of Not by Bread Alone Not by Bread Alone (Russian: Не хлебом единым ) is a 1956 novel by the Soviet author Vladimir Dudintsev. The novel, published in installments in the journal Novy Mir, was a sensation in the USSR.… …

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  • 15 The Twelve Months (fairy tale) — The Twelve Months is a Greek fairy tale collected by Georgios A. Megas in Folktales of Greece . [Georgias A. Megas, Folktales of Greece , p 123, University of Chicago Press, Chicago and London, 1970] It is Aarne Thompson type 480, the kind and… …

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  • 16 The Conquest of Bread — ( fr. La Conquête du Pain) is a book by the anarchist communist Peter Kropotkin. Originally written in French, it first appeared as a series of articles in the anarchist journals Le Révolté and La Revolté (which were both edited by Kropotkin). It …

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  • 17 Sprinkles — For other uses, see Sprinkles (disambiguation). Sprinkles Sprinkles (also called hundreds and thousands or jimmies) are very small pieces of confectionery used as a decoration or to add texture to desserts typically cupcakes, cookies, doughnuts,… …

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  • 18 Nonpareils — For other uses, see Nonpareil (disambiguation). [[File:Nonp frosted wedding cake calls for nonpareils as decoration. By the early 19th century, colored nonpareils seem to have been available in the U.S. The popular cookbook author Eliza Leslie… …

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  • 19 Australian cuisine — Arts in Australia Culture of Australia Architecture Art Cinema Comic books Cuisine …

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  • 20 Cuisine of Australia — Historically, Australian cuisine was based on traditional British cooking brought to the country by the first settlers. This generally consisted of pies, roasted cuts of meat, grilled steak and chops, and other forms of meat generally accompanied …

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