- n. Plural form of baba.
“Some Mexican cooks say that by adding a few tomatillo husks, the sticky liquid (commonly called "babas") will be more completely extracted from the vegetable.”
“But anyway … What it means is: one can get away with eating all manner of evils – profiteroles! babas au rhum!”
“And if it all gets too much you can munch yourself into a stupor by devouring zero-rated rum babas.”
“Filed under: Haji Malang Dargah, chancawalli rafaees, haji malang, naga babas, rafaees v/s naga babas”
“The German one turned on the fact that at least for some values of in Germany, 'rhumkruegeln' means 'rum babas'.”
“Even the stern, usually unsmiling babas had a look of joy.”
“The priest carried on his liturgy, as old babas responded by singing “Gospodin pomilo” and “Amin” I think “Lord merciful” and “amen” respectively.”
“So I grabbed one of those "single serve" packets except it has 2-3 servings in it! that I bought to keep in the car to fill babas of traumatized and/or carsick travellers.”
“And I'm not sure, but I think she apologized that my host mom doesn't make Banitsa ridiculously delicious pastry very popular here in Bulgaria and is usually perfected by the local babas, and said she would make me some!”
“Every past and currently volunteer I have talked to has said "I wish I took advantage of training more" or "I wish I spent more time studying," so that is what I am trying to do: make every effort to spend as much time with my host family and babas across the street as possible, because I know that is what training is for – to totally immerse myself in my new culture.”
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