Definition of baba
: a rich cake soaked in a rum and sugar syrup —called also baba au rhum \-ō-ˈrəm\
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Dessert tables were set with crème caramel, baba savarin, pastries, and meringues by the time guests were on their feet dancing to DJ sets by Siobhan Bell, Valentine Fillol-Cordier, and Slick Woods.
There was mushroom and tarragon soup for starters, but also the Turkish eggplant dish imam bayildi served with baba ghanoush and fresh goat’s curd.
The casual restaurant is known for its Mediterranean food, including kabobs, baba ghanouj, falafel and breakfast offerings.
Intel joins about a dozen global Olympics sponsors such as Coca-Cola (ko, -0.86%) and Samsung about six months after Chinese e-commerce company Alibaba (baba, +3.35%) signed on until at least 2028.
All major U.S. players, plus China's retail giant Alibaba (baba, -0.23%), are building cloud facilities worldwide so that their computing power closer to their international customers.
The crispy falafel is bright green with herbs, chicken schwarma is tender and juicy, and that baba ganoush is downright ethereal.
Sides include hummus, baba ghanoush, falafel and French fries.
First came cold salads and dips—hummus, baba ghanoush, pickled cauliflower and carrots and olives, tabbouleh that consisted almost entirely of parsley, spicy red mahoumarra.
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Origin and Etymology of baba
French, from Polish, literally, old woman
First Known Use: 1813See Words from the same year
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