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  • M'explique qu'il faut peser la barquette pour l'enlever au poids de la bouffe (normal quoi) pis elle sert la Madame!

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  • Just for fun, I've used this mix to form two other shapes - a small barquette and a small pyramid - each easily consumed in a bite or two.

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  • Neither would it be interesting to state the especial half-day, day, or successive days we went without eating, meanwhile; suffice it to say, the morning of the 10th of June found us at the mouth of a small creek upon the right shore, about two hundred miles below the Fort, — having been thirty-five days en barquette, and without eating for full one third of that time!

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  • To serve, place a large tablespoon of whipped cream on one side of a serving bowl to support the barquette.

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  • Take 8 to 10 (3 ½-inch) barquette molds or 8 to 10 4-inch round tart pans and fill with cookie dough to an even thickness of 1/8 to ¼ inch.

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  • un concombre trois tomates une boîte de maïs un reste de poivron une barquette de feta un reste de fromate à pâte dure genre Gruyère qui traînait au fond du frigo

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  • - weight; heaviness; personal weight; expressed in avoirdupois weight badinage-playful repartee, banter bádinàzh bagasse-plant residue, as of sugarcane or grapes, left after a product has been extracted bagásse bagatelle-a trifle; various games involving rolling balls into scoring areas; a short literary or musical piece in a light style bagét bain-marie bán-marìe banderole banderôle banlieue baroque barôk, barók barquette baton-music conductor's stick, policeman's hitting implement, army officer's ceremonial stick

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  • (n): a small oval pastry or tartlet shell whose outline suggests the shape of a flattened boat.

    January 6, 2009