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“In France, there are two different professions: the bread baker is called the boulanger, and the pastry cook is called the pâtissier.”
“She recollected that it was to him she had promised the boulanger, the last notes of which she could hear just fading away.”
“The devil ceases to be le rabouin, and becomes le boulanger (the baker), who puts the bread into the oven.”
“Baking powder is levain chemique, and dry yeast is levain boulanger.”
“This is a fabulous opportunity to spoil your inner Francophile, learn from the very best -- a Parisian master boulanger no less!”
“P. J. Malouin, Description et détails des arts du meûnier, du vermicellier, et du boulanger, Paris, 1767.”
“French officials replaced the old national coach with Mr. Zimmermann, a member of the 1996 team -- the last to win gold -- and a boulanger and bakery consultant.”
“* References: boulanger (ère) mf = baker; pantalon (m) = pants; le crapaud (m) = toad; le vêtement de nuit (m) = pajamas; Vous voulez qu'on vous livre le pain, madame?”
“I selfishly hope he will be a boulanger, and live in the same village as me for life, and not some highfalutin editor who might get the bright idea to move to Paris or New York.”
“The artist has skilfully realised the oppressive and enervating atmosphere; and it was till lately quite usual to see in the side streets of Paris in the early morning the boulanger at work precisely in the same informal costume.”
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