from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. See bakery.
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- n. A shop where baked goods are made and sold.
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- n. a workplace where baked goods (breads and cakes and pastries) are produced or sold
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In my book, there isn't anything more wonderful than the instant aromatic pleasure of walking into a bakeshop.
So it went with the Great Fire of London that began one September evening in 1666 in a small bakeshop on Pudding Lane.
Men do not share a giant, collective man-brain that causes them all to experience exactly the same desires and endow them all with the same impulse to lean out the window of the minivan and yell explicit things at the college student exiting the vegan bakeshop.
That's the scary thing about opening up a bakeshop as opposed to a restaurant.
We have arrested Cornelius Reitvelt, a Dutchman and a baker, with a bakeshop in Westminster.
Betty White "She is one amazing lady," says Goldman of the former Golden Girl, who shows up tonight 10/9c, Food Network when the Baltimore bakeshop whips up a treat for her favorite animal charity.
They resolved not to go back, but as it was the only bakeshop in Celle, they always did.
If one of the women entered the bakeshop where customers jostled for cakes and streusel, the crowd quieted, fearing the other would follow.
I often have a little something at this time of the morning, and there is a bakeshop nearby that is terribly indulgent.
Leyna makes her cupcakes out of her kitchen, so I think they are only made to order for now, not a storefront bakeshop.