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baguette

[ba′get]
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baguette

A small, convex molding.
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Pop along to your local Baguette Express with the voucher below before 4pm and you can pick up a free 11" baguette* with one main filling of your choice and optional salad (lettuce, tomato and cucumber) worth up to the value of PS2.
A Muslim teacher noticed a smoky smell and taste from a baguette labelled as halal chicken and sweetcorn and said catering staff confirmed there was bacon in it.
The scalloped edge on our Baguette Knife Colon i is specialized for crusty bread, giving consumers a reason to buy a new knife.
I must immediately, I thought, cycle off and buy a baguette.
With regard to the GFFY proposal, the costs of the festival pitch, accommodation, food and petrol are dearly fixed, because they will be incurred however many baguettes are sold.
In the atrium, the main vertical structural elements are emphasised by being clad in flat terracotta bats, rather like the ones Piano used on his housing in Paris, but similar in colour to the baguettes, which themselves re-appear in various ways covering service ducts and the narrow ends of the big space.
The D & D baguette you purchase is in essence a souvenir, symbolic of the whole Dean & Deluca experience, the sum of all the exquisite visual edible parts and the seamless Bob Fosse-like choreography of 150 toiling serfs.
2 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil 1 1/2 tablespoons red wine vinegar 2 tablespoons chopped parsley 1/4 teaspoon coarsely ground pepper 1/4 teaspoon dried thyme leaves 1 clove garlic, minced 1 baguette (8 oz.
The baguettes themselves come straight from the oven and can be combined with anything from chicken and spring onions to tomatoes and crispy duck.
Owner of the business, which has been serving delicious baguettes for years, Matt McHale, thanked everybody for their support.
Parisians are facing a shortage of baguettes after a change in French law gave bakers the summer off.
KENDALL'S Kendall's of Earlsdon offers a selection of sandwiches, baguettes, toasted melts, croissants, hot paninis, and fresh salads as well as homemade vegetable soup and an ever expanding menu of cheese and meat platters, continental tapas, olive oil and vinegar dipping plates straight from its deli counter.