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Fried cakes

Parf of speech: Noun, OED Year: N/A, OED Evaluation: N/A


Speaker: But we always looked forward to having that, that was always made for the Sunday school picnic. And homemade fried cakes, and that sort of thing you know. Interviewer: Fried cake? That's sweet cake? Speaker: Yes, fried cake very often, yes. Interviewer: Is that a sweet cake or- Speaker: The fried cake? Like the donuts of today you-see. Homemade donuts you-know, they were really good. Interviewer: You're making us all hungry here. How do you make the corn custard? I've never heard of that.
ExampleMeaning all they could eat and mother would bake- come down with a great big pan of ah fried cakes she'd make, you-know and the little- with the hole in them.
All the things that you could enjoy. And then truthfully I said you miss all those things. Hot- or fresh made fried cakes, all-these-kinds-of-things, maple syrup, everything would come on you-know?