Heaping great dollops of molasses and whipped cream onto my plate, I sit back down.
Here are a few basic suggestions: In baking, sorghum can be used in place of molasses on a one-to-one basis.
They work in a vast rural factory that resembles an old steel mill and smells like molasses.
If the syrup is used on meats or in a sauce, simply substitute the syrup for molasses.
molasses in the gears of a Democratic EPA could be a worthy goal for many Republicans these days.
Sift together twice the flour, soda, baking powder and add to the molasses mixture.
Or you may eat them with molasses and butter after the meat is removed.
In a few days the Packet received her cargo, consisting chiefly of tobacco and molasses.
She went to the closet, found the molasses jug, and filled her pitcher.
I reckon it was made of apples smashed up, an' I guess there was some molasses in it, only I couldn't taste any.
1580s, from Portuguese melaço, from Late Latin mellaceum "new wine," properly neuter of mellaceus "resembling honey," from Latin mel (genitive mellis) "honey" (see Melissa). Adopted in English in plural form, but regarded as a singular noun.