Ramekins

Originally the word ramekin was used to describe cheese which has been toasted. In France a ramekin now refers to a cream cheese filled tart which may be served as an entree. In Britain, the United States and Australia, a ramekin has come to mean a small, circular, individual, fireproof dish used both as a baking and a serving dish for pates and mousses.

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