Word of the Day: Dragee

May 25, 2012 11:31 am

Building up your kitchen vocab arsenal

It doesn’t take much for a cake to look good, but what if you could make it look better than ever? No, not by hiding a person in it, that's claustrophobic for the person and uncomfortable for everyone. Just put some dragée on it and call it a day.

Dragée (pronounced “dra-ZHAY”) are tiny candies used to decorate cookies and cakes. Confectioners use the candy for weddings, birthdays and other occasions that call for cake. And now you can too! 

Use today’s Word of the Day: You Ate My Battleship (Cake)!

 

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