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  • noun Plural form of bap.


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  • I'd like to say at this point that I do not "check out" anyone's "baps" enhanced or otherwise just in case Gemma is reading this!

    Archive 2006-04-01

  • The smoothly boiled porridge, with its accompaniment of thick yellow cream; the new-laid eggs; the grilled trout, fresh from the stream; the freshly baked "baps" and "scones," the crisp rolls of oatcake; and last, but not least, the delectable, home-made marmalade, which is as much a part of the meal as the coffee itself.

    Big Game A Story for Girls

  • They were a little too doughy to be the traditional 'baps' that are served at the fast food joints, but they sufficed.

    The Fresh Loaf

  • Brick Bradford @y40 - Hamburger buns aren't the only things they call 'baps' in Old Blighty.

    Blogtimore, Hon

  • "baps," flat Scotch scones, all of low elevation, all precisely similar to each other.

    Angling Sketches

  • Well bread: the best thing about a Sunday roast is the pork baps.

    Nigel Slater's pork recipes

  • Remove the skin and fat from the pork and set aside to make the crackling for tomorrow's baps.

    Nigel Slater's pork recipes

  • Split the baps, place a small handful of coriander leaves on the bottom half of each roll, spoon on the carrot slaw, then place a few strips of crackling on to each one.

    Nigel Slater's pork recipes

  • Enough for 4leftover roast pork 180gcarrots 180ggalangal or ginger a large lump to give 4 tsp gratedmayonnaise 150mllime ½coriander leaves optionalreserved fat and skin from the roast floury or seedy baps or soft rolls 4Using two forks, tear the pork into thin shreds, then place in a bowl.

    Nigel Slater's pork recipes

  • Bread is a good one to freeze too, I tend to keep teacakes/baps/rolls (pick your local word for an unfruited soft white roll) and get them out before bed and they'll defrost in a food bag ready to pack up for lunch.

    Use Your Freezer Efficiently To Save Money (and Food) | Lifehacker Australia


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