Definitions

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  • noun A cooking contest, especially one where competition is head-to-head, not limited to preparing food involving baking.
  • adjective Prepared in advance, to be finished off by baking.

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Examples

  • I'm not a baker but I had Pepperidge Farm bake-off rolls and a can of refried beans.

    Molletes with homemade bolillos | Homesick Texan

  • Such a bake-off is not unprecedented; last year, Tim Allen mulled several scripts developed with him in mind before he settled on the sitcom that would become Last Man Standing.

    CBS Develops Two Comedy Projects for Martin Lawrence

  • Everyone's favorite witch, Christine O'Donnell, sparked the catchphrase back in September telling her opponent, Mike Castle, "this is not a bake-off, get your man-pants on."

    Shannon Galpin: Man Up? No, Thanks

  • Everyone's favorite witch, Christine O'Donnell, sparked the catchphrase back in September telling her opponent, Mike Castle, "this is not a bake-off, get your man-pants on."

    Shannon Galpin: Man Up? No, Thanks

  • Some think Sharron Angle was inspired by Christine O'Donnell's more colorful turn of a phrase in early September when she warned her opponent in the Republican primary, Congressman Mike Castle, to stop using such "unmanly" tactics as filing a complaint against her with the Federal Election Commission and to get his "man-pants on" because the election wasn't "a bake-off."

    Mary Shannon Little: Man Up Sarah! This Is Your Sister Souljah Moment

  • Everyone's favorite witch, Christine O'Donnell, sparked the catchphrase back in September telling her opponent, Mike Castle, "this is not a bake-off, get your man-pants on."

    Shannon Galpin: Man Up? No, Thanks

  • Everyone's favorite witch, Christine O'Donnell, sparked the catchphrase back in September telling her opponent, Mike Castle, "this is not a bake-off, get your man-pants on."

    Shannon Galpin: Man Up? No, Thanks

  • Everyone's favorite witch, Christine O'Donnell, sparked the catchphrase back in September telling her opponent, Mike Castle, "this is not a bake-off, get your man-pants on."

    Shannon Galpin: Man Up? No, Thanks

  • Some think Sharron Angle was inspired by Christine O'Donnell's more colorful turn of a phrase in early September when she warned her opponent in the Republican primary, Congressman Mike Castle, to stop using such "unmanly" tactics as filing a complaint against her with the Federal Election Commission and to get his "man-pants on" because the election wasn't "a bake-off."

    Mary Shannon Little: Man Up Sarah! This Is Your Sister Souljah Moment

  • Some think Sharron Angle was inspired by Christine O'Donnell's more colorful turn of a phrase in early September when she warned her opponent in the Republican primary, Congressman Mike Castle, to stop using such "unmanly" tactics as filing a complaint against her with the Federal Election Commission and to get his "man-pants on" because the election wasn't "a bake-off."

    Mary Shannon Little: Man Up Sarah! This Is Your Sister Souljah Moment

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