Red Velvet

Red velvet may refer to:

  • Red Velvet, 2009 film starring Henry Thomas and Kelli Garner
  • Red Velvet (play), 2012 play by Lolita Chakrabarti
  • "Red Velvet", song from the OutKast album Stankonia
  • Red velvet cake
  • Red velvetfish, Gnathanacanthus goetzeei
  • Red velvet mite, arachnid of the family Trombidiidae
  • Red velvet wrasse, Cirrhilabrus rubrisquamis

Other articles related to "red, red velvet, velvet":

Devil's Food Cake
... The red of the beets slightly colours the cake red and due to the richness of the cake it became known as the Devil's food ... A similar cake, the red velvet cake, is closely linked to a Devil's food cake, and in some turn of the century cookbooks the two names may have been interchangeable ... Most red velvet cakes today use red food coloring, but even without it, the reaction of acidic vinegar and buttermilk tends to better reveal the red anthocyanin in the cocoa ...
Ajuda National Palace - Architecture - Interior - First Floor
... large desk with many gold-leaf wooden chairs covered in red velvet, with polished crests and chiselled bronze elements ... The parquet floor is formed into a geometric pattern and the space decorated with several gold-velvet chairs, large vases, lowboyfurniture and red-velvet topped table ... with his cello, while the Queen was a pianist), which are surrounded by velvet-lined bunk seating and several paintings ...
Art Collections Of Holkham Hall - Furnishings and Decoration - Description of The Major Interiors
... of the apse, the curve of which follows that of the apse, with a red granite wine-cooler, two marble top tables flank the apse above which are brackets to support a bust ... dining table, the dining chairs are mahogany originally the sets were of red leather and the richly patterned and coloured Axminster carpet mirrors the form of the ... a plain cartouche, the walls are covered in patterned red velvet, the plaster ceiling divided into nine rectangular compartments, divided by plaster beams richly decorated with foliage and masks ...

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