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- n. Plural form of baked good.
- n. Bread, cakes, biscuits or similar foodstuffs that have been baked.
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- n. foods (like breads and cakes and pastries) that are cooked in an oven
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Bumping up against the ending of his piece on the plans for the anniversary of the Four Corners Gas Station—“On the Hill But on the Level” for half a century—was a photograph of Craig Weldon and Mrs. Conway and Betty carrying trays of baked goods that Babci and my mother had to have made for a bake sale at the parish center, where the school kids were raising money for a computer system.
Miraculous light-textured coconut flour can actually, for the first time, produce fluffy, yet no-spike high-protein baked goods that taste great.
The Mississippi ï¬owed steadily by, the scent of the river noticeable despite the aromas of baked goods and coffee emanating from shops or the odor of gasoline and car fumes that rolled through the town.