Sugar lumps the other side of love


This cheesecake is the product of several months of dreaming and planning and putting off and dreaming some more. I’m proud to report that I finally buckled down, found an occasion, and put this thing together.

The etymology reflects the spread of the commodity. The English word "sugar" ultimately originates from the Sanskrit शर्करा ( śarkarā ), via Arabic سكر ( sukkar ) as granular or candied sugar, which is cognate with the Greek word, kroke , or "pebble". [1] The contemporary Italian word is zucchero , whereas the Spanish and Portuguese words, azúcar and açúcar , respectively, have kept a trace of the Arabic definite article . The Old French word is zuchre and the contemporary French, sucre . The earliest Greek word attested is σάκχαρις ( sákkʰaris ).

When you add sugar to water, the sugar crystals dissolve and the sugar goes into solution. But you can’t dissolve an infinite amount of sugar into a fixed volume of water. When as much sugar has been dissolved into a solution as possible, the solution is said to be saturated.


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