(1.) Weaver notes that shoofly
pie descends from a cake at the U.S.
pie is made from molasses, brown sugar, cinnamon, flour, butter and salt, and sometimes nutmeg.
I showed students the shoofly
design we would be making and explained its meaning.
French-born Bernadette Colomine, Shoofly
's sultry song-stress and frontline moody brooder, has led some fans to trumpet the Los Angeles--based band as an ooh-la-la version of the legendary rock troupe X.
Most lexicons show the 1937 noun shoo-in shoehorned between shoofly
and shook, where it is defined "1.
John Joseph Stoudt, Sunbonnets and Shoofly
Pies: A Pennsylvania Dutch Cultural History, A.S.
The research, centered around the village of Shoofly
, included excavations in several different size sites plus an archaeological survey of the surrounding area.
There was no relief for bookmakers with four winning favourites and no winners above 4-1, rounded off by the wellbacked 11-8 market leader Shoofly
winning the 1m4f maiden.
MATT Griffiths rode out his claim after galvanising Shoofly
Milly to victory in the Aspen Waite Complete Business Growth Service Mares' Handicap Hurdle at Taunton.
Theatre present You're Not My Friend Anymore!
In-store, the bakery carries a wide variety of cakes and pies, including that Pennsylvania Dutch staple shoofly
pie, but the breads are what draw many shoppers to the department.