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This bake is right at home served alongside roasted poultry or meat, but it is so satisfying it also hits the spot in a larger portion as a meatless main dish.
The dry earth, sun-baked to a depth of many feet, was giving off its store of heat accumulated during the day.
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Bill: Ain't got nuffin—spent my last brown on Vensday for a baked tater.
Some of the figures are being roasted, twitched with red-hot pincers, partly baked, or forced to swallow fire.
The three spirits dined, and after dinner they sent for Sarah, who had baked the bread.
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Ephraim himself is mixed among the nations: Ephraim is become as bread baked under the ashes, that is not turned.
Cutlets, baked potatoes, omelettes, are discussed much more eagerly than Wagners music.
"Surely, this will be small enough to give away," she thought, yet when baked it was larger than both the others.
That morning for breakfast, Morning Star baked corn cakes on the hot coals.
You have had the impudence to have your bread baked under the ashes, you scurvy beggar!

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