lamingtons

lamingtons sind sind kleine Kuchenwürfel, die in Schokolade getaucht und anschließend in Kokosraspeln gewälzt werden. Die Lamingtons haben ihren Namen von Charles Wallace Bailie, Baron Lamington (1860-1940), der von 1895 bis 1901 Gouverneur von Queensland war.

Kontextbeispiel:

There were Sunday mornings in the kitchen, or Saturday afternoons if there was to be a party, when Mother and Jean and Marj would be endlessly baking  scones and sausage rolls and sponges and cream-puffs and rock cakes and queen cakes, and sometimes a tray of lemingtons specially for me.

George Johnston, My Brother Jack, 1964

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