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baked beans in Food, dish topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbaked beansˌbaked ˈbeans noun [plural]  DFFsmall white beans cooked in a sauce made from tomatoes, usually sold in cans
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baked beansPotato salad and baked beans are standard fare at most delis.They still expected to get cheap baked beans, but would pay over the odds for high-quality fresh food.But the school dinner she was wolfing down was nothing like the standard favourite of baked beans, burgers and ice-cream.I said to him once, sitting in a chair as he fed me my midday meal of baked beans and crackers.Consider a plateful of baked beans on toast.We had a wonderful, lazy time and didn't see a tin of baked beans for the whole fortnight.In my local supermarket you can buy tins of baked beans without tomato sauce.