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83 results for DESSERT

26 Shortz Era entries found. Click any date for context. Repeated clues show (number of Shortz Era occurrences).
See the dictionary definition for DESSERT.

5D"Life is short -- eat ___ first"David Alfred Bywaters
62ANapoleon, for oneAndrew J. Ries
57AOrder that's rarely followed?David Liben-Nowell
16DCalorie counter's temptationDavid Woolf
15DFinal order of things?David Steinberg
13DBack-page menu item, maybeSam Buchbinder
27AFinal order (2)Mark Feldman
24APudding or pieAmy Johnson
35ASee 17-AcrossDavid J. Kahn
14DThere's sometimes no room for itJoe Krozel
14DSomething a loser may skipSherry O. Blackard
58AIce, e.g.Brendan Emmett Quigley
42DSplit, e.g.Michael Shteyman
13DA sweet finishGary Steinmehl
41DWhat a loser may skipBob Peoples
9DFeast finaleAlfio Micci
45DYou may not have room for itRobert H. Wolfe
61ACheck preceder?David J. Kahn
5DTapioca pudding, e.g.Mark Moldowsky
129ACalorie-crammed courseFrank Longo
61AFinal order (2)Martin Ashwood-Smith
27ACharlotte russe, for oneElizabeth C. Gorski
47ALast courseBrendan Emmett Quigley
118AFinisher of a sortDavid J. Kahn
84DPiece of cake, maybeR.M. Hopkins
10DFinishing orderCathy Millhauser

2 results for DESSERT from Variety puzzles.

Feb 10, 2019cryptic28APie or ice cream to leave in the mouth (7)John Forbes
Apr 25, 2010acrosticV"I want to have a good body, but not as much as I want ___" (Jason Love)Emily Cox & Henry Rathvon

55 results for DESSERT from older pre-Shortz puzzles.

27AA subject of puns hereinReginald L. JohnsonMaleska
62AMenu entryDaniel GirardiMaleska
44APastry or puddingNorman S. WizerMaleska
5DPeach Melba, for oneVirginia L. YatesMaleska
92ALast courseVictoria & Alex F. BlackMaleska
25ALast courseMartha J. DeWittMaleska
27APeaches and cream, e.g.Robert KatzMaleska
20AMousse, e.g.Sidney L. RobbinsMaleska
28ASweet course, usuallyEmory H. CainMaleska
9DNapoleon, e.g.Jeanette K. BrillMaleska
35APie or parfaitDorothea E. ShippMaleska
30ADinner courseHallie & Gerald ParsonsMaleska
43AMeal courseMartha J. DeWittMaleska
34ADinner courseBert H. KruseWeng
105AIce, at timesBob LubbersWeng
31ACalorie courseThomas SheehanWeng
10DMousse, e.g.James BarrickWeng
40DDinner’s endUnknownWeng
53ABombe, for oneUnknownWeng
93DNapoleon, e.g.Frances HansenWeng
4DMenu itemUnknownWeng
13ADinner course.UnknownFarrar
7DSee 14 Across.UnknownFarrar
23AMeal course.UnknownFarrar
45AChef's specialty.UnknownFarrar
65AMenu item.UnknownFarrar
9DPart of a feast.UnknownFarrar
46ADinner course.UnknownFarrar
63ASweet treat.UnknownFarrar
64ALast course.Louise EarnestFarrar
65AApple pie.UnknownFarrar
40DPlum pudding.UnknownFarrar
5DParfait, for example.UnknownFarrar
103DSweet.W. E. JonesFarrar
41DDinner sweet.UnknownFarrar
70ADinner course.UnknownFarrar
69DSee 1 Down.Roberta MorseFarrar
61AFloating island, for one.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
118ASweet.Natalie HankemeyerFarrar
82DWatermelon, for example.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
58DShortcake.Ralph AndersonFarrar
148ASweet.Herbert EttensonFarrar
39DNapolean.Marian MoeserFarrar
70AFinal treat.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
9DParfait.Victor GoldfarbFarrar
115DTrifle, for instance.Albert CarrollFarrar
66ADieter's nemesis.UnknownFarrar
24DPie à la mode.UnknownFarrar
62DSweet.Thomas MeekinFarrar
141APie, cake, etc.Leonard GoldbergFarrar
82ABaked Alaska.Thomas MeekinFarrar
107ASweet.Alma TalleyFarrar