taffy Brodesser-Akner has written for the Los Angeles Times, Salon, and Self, among other publications.
Erin Wasson speaks with a slow, gravelly drawl, chewing on her words like sticky pieces of taffy.
I made a painting of the scene with Katy licking an ice cream cone in a taffy forest.
taffy Brodesser-Akner has written for the Los Angeles Times, Salon, and Babble, among other publications.
taffy Brodesser-Akner, a devotee of 90210, Gossip Girl, and One Tree Hill, searches for answers.
He was the cleverest man I ever knew, and the best—except taffy and the Laird and your dear son!
This is the test that is made for taffy and other hard candies.
For several days we did the same thing until taffy was afraid at sight of Little Billee.
taffy was the name of this fellow from Denbigh, in Wales, and he was a drover.
And you—well, I'm not giving you taffy to tickle your vanity, but you'd lavish your last cent on a wife of your choice.
candy made from sugar or molasses, 1817, related to toffee, but of uncertain origin; perhaps associated with tafia (1763), a rum-like alcoholic liquor distilled from molasses, presumably of W.Indian or Malay origin (perhaps a Creole shortening of ratafia). On this theory, the candy would have been made from the syrup skimmed off the liquor during distillation.