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  • noun A torpedo-shaped loaf of bread, 6 to 12 inches in length.


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  • That batard is the bread you see here, and I have just tried it.

    The Bread Question Revisited

  • Your translation of "batard" to "mut" reminds me of a tidbit from a teacher of french who stated that William The Conqueror was called Quilliam The Batard or William The Bastard!

    veinard - French Word-A-Day

  • also comes in fat batard which is made with whale blubber

    Batard |

  • As for "Mr. Black Dog", this batard had no need to invade with force for he had a most welcoming area to receive his advances.

    veinard - French Word-A-Day

  • They all look nice but my favorite would have to be the batard.

    Breads Invasion!

  • After greedily consuming (over 2 weeks, but still), my first two round Sicilian-style breads, I just had to make a semolina batard (fatter, shorter baguette) or filone (same, with pointy ends).

    For Starts

  • I proceeded as before, except I shaped the dough into a batard, rather than a round, and slit it before baking.

    For Starts

  • This took me a total of 50 minutes altogether for the batard shape.

    For Starts

  • I just bought some of the King Arthur white whole wheat this weekend and used in pita, a batard and pizza dough - tasted great.

    Kalyn's Kitchen Picks: King Arthur Flour White Whole Wheat Flour

  • I almost groaned at the sight of lustrous rye breads infused with honey, a braided egg-bread sprinkled with toasted almonds, and a savory batard with flecks of dill in the burnished crust.

    The Book of Unholy Mischief


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