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