Definition of baguette
1 : a gem having the shape of a narrow rectangle; also : the shape itself
2 : a long thin loaf of French bread
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With a 2014 Pinot Noir, a medley of mushrooms; a 2012 La Castellana with Cotswold Cheese and a crusty baguette.
Meanwhile brush sliced baguette with olive oil, and grill or run under broiler until crusty and golden.
One last thing: Baguettes are sold with other breads in PB’s pastry area, and are encased in a tight wrapping of plastic and paper.
To mark the opening, the market will literally break bread in the form of a six-foot long baguette from Bennison’s Bakery.
What’s wrong with a baguette and an assortment of spreads like walnut-ty carrot muhammara, beet labneh or pea guacamole?
Serve the combo with a bibb lettuce salad and baguettes.
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Origin and Etymology of baguette
French, literally, rod, from Middle French, from Italian bacchetta, ultimately from Latin baculum staff
First Known Use: 1926
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Definition of baguette for English Language Learners
: a long, thin loaf of French bread
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