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  • n. Plural form of dough.


Sorry, no etymologies found.


  • The only advantage of the prepacked doughs is that they’re quicker and more convenient if you absolutely don’t have time to make dough from scratch.

    Pillbury Simply Peanut Butter Cookies, reviewed | Baking Bites

  • One of the doughs was a bit dry, and like a dunce I attributed this to the weather and added extra buttermilk to the second dough as well -- and ended up with a very wet, very sticky, nearly unworkable scone dough.

    Scones For Playgroup

  • In particular, the doughs are a pain to work with--moreso than croissant or puff pastry dough, for example.

    Archive 2005-08-01

  • The doughs are a little bit different, that one more cookie-like and I’d actually now recommend this first.

    simplest apple tart | smitten kitchen

  • "doughs" of the Big Red One, the Old Hickory Division, and other outfits whose well-earned reputations would not have been as grand were it not for the contributions made by the tank crews and their supporting troops.

    Steel Victory

  • I knew from previous doughs I had made that it was a pretty basic substitution going on - and besides, I'm a baker by feel!

    Monday Bread

  • I have tried several pizza doughs and so far I have none that is my "go to" recipe!

    HTEAC Does Dinner: Alton Brown's Pizza Dough

  • This was the invidious distinction between them and the Sour-doughs, who, forsooth, made their bread from sour-dough because they had no baking-powder.

    The Mad God

  • They called themselves Sour-doughs, and took great pride in so classifying themselves.

    The Mad God

  • Too Much Gold was the fabled creek of which all sour doughs dreamed, whereof it was said the gold was so thick that, in order to wash it, gravel must first be shovelled into the sluice-boxes.



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