Bake-off



a baking contest in which competitors gather to prepare their specialties for judging.
Contemporary Examples

Example: “The chicken-parm-off… the guido version of a Bake-Off.”
Snooki Dictionary for Her Book, A Shore Thing Jaimie Etkin January 3, 2011

Family Circle Recipe Contest Could the election be decided by Bake-Off?
Strangest Presidential Election Predictors: 7-Eleven Coffee Cups & More Kevin Fallon October 3, 2012

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