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baguetteba‧guette /bæˈɡet/ noun [countable]  baguettes.jpg DFFa long thin loaf of bread, made especially in France
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baguetteEvery morning I went to buy a baguette at Bluot's boulangerie at the corner of the road.The decision made, he showered and dressed quickly, then went out to buy a freshly baked baguette for breakfast.Total cooking time is 26-30 minutes for baguettes and up to 40 minutes for larger loaves.To make baguettes, cut the dough into 4 pieces and follow the directions on page 10.She broke off a piece of baguette, spread it with butter and jam, stuffed it into her mouth.A sandwich of grilled chicken, red bell peppers and melted white cheddar on baguette is gilded with a garlic aioli.Coffee and one baguette to share for breakfast.Place the baguette or flute, seam-side down, on the pan.
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