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zwieback

[zwī′bak, zwē′-]
Etymology: Ger, zwie, twice, backen, to bake
a sweetened bread that is enriched with eggs and baked, then sliced and toasted until dry and crisp. It is used as a snack food for children, especially teething infants, or an early food given during convalescence.
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Brandt - Chocolate novelties, liquor-filled chocolates, and Zwieback.
In a bowl, crush enough zwieback toast to make 1 1/3 cups finely crushed crumbs.
The evening will begin at 6:00 with a meal (featuring Russian Mennonite cuisine) followed at 7:00 by a presentation by Lisa Weaver, "Journeying On the Zwieback Trail: Stories from the Russian Mennonite Heritage/7 Suggested donation for this MHS fundraiser is $25/plate; but you are free to contribute what you are able.
ZWIEBACK CRUST: In food processor, crush 1 (6-ounce) package zwieback into fine crumbs.
long) zwieback cookies into a food processor; add 1/4 cup pecans and whirl to a fine powder.
In this episode about her flatulent (as in gassy) mother--a dear woman who delivers Zwieback and homemade jam to feeble seniors--Janzen weaves in reflections about virtue.
Many countries and nationalities have similar cousins, including Jewish mandelbrot, German zwieback, Dutch rusk and Greek paxemadia.
Brandt -- Chocolate novelties, liquor-filled chocolates, and Zwieback.
The Your Child issue, which features a blue-eyed baby on the cover, suggests in a feeding chart on Page 58 that infants can eat raw carrot chunks and zwieback toast at age 5 months.
Bic-- yes, that's mine with the chewed-up cap--and grab zwiebacks.