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noun as in jewel

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Ba chi and pâté– from Lee’s Sandwiches –The sign at Lee’s Sandwiches in Falls Church announces — in multicolored neon — that there are “hot baguettes now” inside the store, just waiting for you to decide what to layer into the crusty rolls.

They started baking fresh breads and pastries — baguettes, focaccia and sourdough loaves in a business they named Effe Cafè.

From Eater

Most of my meals were soups and baguettes and crepes and things like that.

From Ozy

Yes, you can use your Instant Pot to make the creamiest of cheesecakes and other dessertsHere, we call for challah or brioche, but if all you’ve got is a baguette or sourdough boule, use it.

To me, the baguette — even a grocery store one, is better than a bad grocery store hoagie roll because it absorbs the cheesesteak’s juices without falling apart.

He and I spent 48 hours in Seoul together a few years ago, and we pretty much only ate at Paris Baguette.

In Shanghai, my brother and I would get breakfast at this great Korean chain called Paris Baguette.

I remember scurrying back to the hotel, baguette in hand with the pâté tucked under my arm.

Cut a sandwich-length piece of baguette and slice it open like you would to make a hero.

You can start the day with a croissant and baguette, then end the day in a bistro or some place high-end, like Pierre Gagnaire.

Standing where there was no water, the baguette remained motionless.

The baguette of Delille is no shepherd's crook; it has more the fashion of a drumstick,—baguette de tambour.

Hence, a magician never appears at the opera without his rod, and on which account they call their parts, "rles de baguette."

Vit qu'on frappoit dans l'eau d'vne baguette, & aussi tost vit comme il luy sembloit que c'estoit de la gresle.

After seeing him do this repeatedly, the whole party tried the baguette in succession, but without effect.


On this page you'll find 17 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to baguette, such as: stone, ornament, trinket, bead, bauble, and bling.

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