- adj. baked at home
“Joy the Baker - home-baked goodies from an LA-based twentysomething”
“Returning audiences might buy a home-baked cookie from a woman at the refreshment stand at one performance, and find her singing a supporting role in the next.”
“Aside for home-baked/canned goodies I like to giove (and get) movie tickets, dinner cards, pool passes and that sort of thing … (I am getting more clutter conscious lately).”
“It goes well with my home-baked bread and suddenly there was a genie — just like in the stories!”
“They made me laugh every day; they brought me flowers when they knew I was down; their wives sent me home-baked cookies and hand-crocheted baby booties for Buck; and they brought their families to meet me; and they were always so nice to me and loved working on my show.”
“Just say no … to appetizer muffins, buttery croissants, and hearty slices of “home-baked” bread.”
“I was welcomed into the house where the couple the owners were having a mid-morning break – coffee and home-baked doughnuts – with four other guests.”
“We met again at the house at 1pm for soup from an enormous tureen and home-baked bread.”
“As Mr. McGurn put it, "Maybe Morristown officials would do better to seek out those who actually eat there, and put to them this question: Do you feel safer and better off now that we've protected you from home-baked apple pie?”
“Yum Yum: Our friends at Coolhaus, a rolling ice cream sandwich truck that was on the front edge of the food truck craze, have a new concept and product: Phydough -- a truck with home-baked treats for your four-legged friends.”
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