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trea·cle

(trē'kĕl),
1. Molasses, a viscid syrup that drains from sugar-refining molds.
See also: theriaca.
2. A saccharine fluid.
See also: theriaca.
3. Formerly, a remedy for poison, hence any effective remedy.
See also: theriaca.
4. A possible nucleolar-cytoplasmic transporter protein encoded by the gene responsible for Treacher-Collins syndrome.
[M.E. triacle, antidote, fr. L. theriaca, antidote to snake bite, fr. G. thēriakos, pertaining to wild beasts]

treacle

(trē′kəl)
n.
A medicinal compound formerly used as an antidote for poison.
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Debrah (correct) Dhugga, chief executive of Tom's Companies said: "We made a decision to sell Treacle Moon as it no longer fitted our brand.
To make a reservation, call Treacle Moon on (0191) 232 5537.
And the company's treacle pudding contains fish oil instead of vegetable fat because "it makes a longer-lasting canned cake".
Top breeder Rosey, who owns five wire-haired dachshunds, said: "Cracker is usually very good and never runs off so I think she was influenced by Treacle who is a bit of a scamp.
Mr Kevin Minchew, of Aston Cross, near Tewkesbury, Gloucs, did not even realise he had one of the trees until he heard a description of it from cider expert Mr Ray Williams, who feared the Late Treacle was extinct.
His name is kept alive by a Morris dancing team in Yeovil, named Treacle Eater Clog.
Treacle first came on to my Aintree radar when staying on really strongly to win the Munster National at Limerick in 2009, but everything went wrong for the next two years.
And Treacle helps to take her mind off the treatment.
uk Stephen Jackson's parkin You will need a deep 8" cake tin, non-stick or greased and floured 100g self-raising flour A good pinch of Maldon salt 2 tsp ground ginger 1/2 tsp ground nutmeg or mace 1/2 tsp ground cinnamon 1/4 tsp ground cloves 75g porridge oats 175g golden syrup 50g black treacle 100g salted butter 100g unrefined light muscovado sugar 1 egg, beaten 50ml milk Heat the oven to Gas 1 /140[degrees]C /275[degrees]F.
Ingredients 300ml Fresh apple juice Two packs essential Waitrose British pork rack of loin ribs or two packs essential Waitrose British Pork Spare Ribs (about 1kg total in either case) Two cloves garlic, crushed One tbsp chopped thyme One tbsp white wine or cider vinegar Two tbsp black treacle Method Boil the juice rapidly in a small pan for about 15 minutes until reduced by two-thirds, then cool.
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