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baked

Completely cooked. Finished. Working well. The term is often used to describe software that has been fully tested and is working smoothly.
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HELEN Cross grew up on a farm and baked with her mum and granny - but lost interest as she got involved in sport.
The gospels do not tell us who baked the bread for that Last Supper, but I like to imagine the women who may have done so, preparing the bread with great care and reverence, not unlike the nearly 30 cloistered communities of religious women who bake altar breads today.
For the purist, a simple baked potato is the essence of potato-ness.
Baked goods develop complex flavor compounds through chemical changes that reflect both banking time and temperature.
The conventional procedure for the manufacture of part-baked frozen bread requires the bread to be baked typically for 12-13 minutes at 190[degrees]C so that the inner structure is fully formed but only a pale crust colour is developed.
Baked Tostitos offer what today's health-conscious snackers are looking for -- lower fat and good taste.
SPLENDA(R) Sugar Blend for Baking is a mix of SPLENDA(R) Brand Sweetener and sugar, which allows consumers to achieve baked goods that brown, rise and have great texture.
1 selling all-natural potato chips, creating a snack that's baked, not fried, and continues to put flavor first.
If baked in a greased pan, let stand about 5 minutes in pan, then remove from pan to wire rack; if baked in paper baking cups, immediately remove from pan to wire rack.
Many are among her favorite baked goods - and now they are compiled here for all to enjoy, she says.
Use baking times in recipes as guides, checking baked items several minutes before the minimum times specified in recipes.
After a full year in development, Kettle Foods' new collection of 'Better For You' snacks debuts this winter with a fresh interpretation of baked potato chips.