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  • (Source: FoodAndWine. com) Dulce is Spanish for "sweet," dulce generally refers to an intensely sweet confection made with sugar and cream.

    Breaking News: CBS News 2010

  • I actually sit here, day after day, as happy and contented with little things as Dulce is and feel as if I wasn't much older than she, answered the girl, feeling as if some change was going on in that pleasant sort of pause but unable to describe it.

    Rose in Bloom 1876

  • However, they did not seem at all displeased at our visit, but presented us with a sweet candy they call Dulce, and some artificial flowers, in return for which Mr. Smith* (*

    The Life of Captain Matthew Flinders Scott, Ernest, 1868-1939 1914

  • I decided to call Dulce to let her know I was in town and before I knew it … she was at the Hotel picking me up to give me the Chicago Express Latino Tour.

    VivirLatino 2009

  • I followed this up with 10oz of the “bagged” version of Mighty Leaf’s Orange Dulce, which is a bit like an Earl Grey with cream already added (through the vanilla beans).

    Daily Tea: April 2, 2010 | Tea Derivations 2010

  • I have been making this for the last 40 years and boiling the sweetened condensed milk for wait for this 3 HOURS but then we did not know it was called Dulce de Leche just caramel so your 50 minutes ought not be a problem – I never had a can go kaboom as yet – it ‘ll be a sticky end I am sure – enjoy your recipes and ramblings

    dulce de leche cheesecake squares | smitten kitchen 2008

  • Kyus was carrying his favourite metal scooter on a shoulder when hit by an unexpected bolt Aug. 12 while in a playground with his mom, Dulcineia "Dulce" Caines, 26, and her son's

    Edmonton Sun 2009

  • "Then I shall name her Dulcinea, as you are her knight, and call her Dulce for short.

    Rose In Bloom Alcott, Louisa May, 1832-1888 1876

  • "marquee-ing" of the "Dulce" line for his own exhortatory purposes - but I think you are correct in not taking Horace's apparent bang-the-drum militarism too seriously.

    The Full Feed from 2010

  • And Ellen's "A Wild and Wicked Youth" (S&SF) and "Dulce Domum" (Eclipse 3) are mentioned too.

    Locus Recommends deliasherman 2010


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