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In Indianapolis, Central State Brewing is canning an easily crushable, pleasantly tart, 4% table beer that tastes something like lemon curd spread over a baguette.
Shopping Break! Hidden in an industrial park north of downtown, Terra Cafe serves baked-from-scratch goods, such as baguettes and famous West Virginia pepperoni rolls.
J’aime will sell La Colombe coffee, viennoiserie (such as croissants), pastries (such as fruit tarts, eclairs, madeleines, merveilleux), quiches and sandwiches for lunch, sweet crepes, and a small bread line (baguettes, mostly).
Roll the dough like a baguette into a log that’s about 8 to 10 inches long (weighing 10 to 11 ounces).
Pret a Manger donated 50,000 pounds of sandwiches, salads, wraps and baguettes from its 10 Chicago locations last year, according to Stephanie Perez, the chain's marketing manager.
That is, until your outing to Paris’s hallowed food hall, La Grande Epicerie de Paris at Le Bon Marché department store, is marred by selfie stick-wielding tourists clamoring for a photo with a baguette.
The restaurant uses fresh bolillo and telera breads (picture flatter, squatter versions of baguettes).
Wall murals may come and go, but the appeal of an Eiffel Tower Insta, with a baguette and beret in hand, is forever.
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Origin and Etymology of baguette
First Known Use: 1926See Words from the same year
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Definition of baguette for English Language Learners
: a long, thin loaf of French bread
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