Definition of Baklawa
1. baklava [n -S] - See also: baklava
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Literary usage of Baklawa
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Steward's Handbook and Guide to Party Catering by Jessup Whitehead (1903)
"Л ADI baklawa— Balaklava cakes. Paste like nouilles paste rolled out thin as paper, piled on each other with almond paste between some layers, butter poured ..."
2. Tunisia by Ken Bernstein (2002)
"Sweets The sweets in Tunisia are overwhelmingly sweet. Thank the Turks for baklawa, a flaky hon- ey-and-nuts splurge. ..."
3. The Soul of the Street: Correlated Stories of the New York Syrian Quarter by Norman Duncan (1900)
"... gaunt man, in tattered brown clothes, pressing timidly against the window of a pastry-cook's shop, looking wistfully at the fresh baklawa and great, ..."
4. Allgemeine geographische Ephemeriden by Friedrich Justin Bertuch (1815)
"... auch in der Volkssprache: baklawa ... weil man in dieser Nacht eine Art von Pastete, baklawa genannt, verfertigt, womit man die ..."