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baguette

[ba′get]
(building construction)
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baguette

A small, convex molding.
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50g butter, softened 1/2 large French stick (about 150g), thinly sliced 60g sultanas or dried cranberries, or a mixture of both 2 large free-range egg yolks 2 large free-range eggs 40g caster sugar 300ml double cream 300ml milk 4 tablespoons Baileys cream liqueur, or more to taste demerara sugar, to sprinkle 3 tablespoons apricot jam
French stick: David Nicholson (centre) prepares to `Bismarck' the entire Gallic Cheltenham Festival contingent, while Istabraq's partner Charlie Swan (left) and the event's chairman Des Scahill look on
com/mikey2968 Mike's menu Breakfast: toasted fruit loaf with butter, 10-12 cups of coffee a day Lunch: pasta meal - spaghetti bolognese Dinner: french stick sandwich of some sort Snack: coffee and chocolate biscuits ADAM 'AJ' TAYLOR, 28, is a stationery salesman from Barry.
True, the French stick had the consistency of a Parisian policeman's baton, but at least it was cheap.
The dip came with sliced French stick rather than flatbread, which would have been a better match, I think.
Tomato toast Ingredients ' French stick Olive oil Large garlic clove 2 large plum tomatoes Freshly milled pepper Method 1.
Even though he wasn't in your sign for all of that time, he has been causing things underneath the surface to be a little worrying, not quite how you would like it and nearly causing you to run up and down the bread aisle at your local supermarket hitting people with a French stick, or similar.
A great meatloaf picnic idea is to slice a ciabatta or French stick lengthways.
She smiled benignly as if to assure me that the French stick she was holding wasn't loaded, but I knew the signs.
This turned out to be a steaming mini-tureen of soup with a huge chunk of cheese covered French stick floating on top - and an extra wholegrain roll which went some way to quelling our son's hunger pangs.
Mrs Helen Paterson, who runs the French Stick Company with her husband Ian, said: 'It had got to the stage where the car park was full, but no-one was in the shops.
Now ten years on, his team of expert bakers at The French Stick Company produce three tonnes of bread for more than 4,500 customers.

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