small white dried beans that have been baked, usually with salt pork, brown sugar or molasses, and seasonings.
So we made him some tea and buttered42 toast, and opened and heated a can of baked beans.
More Tish Mary Roberts Rinehart
If you don’t stay I shall think it is because you don’t like baked beans.
Galusha the Magnificent Joseph C. Lincoln
baked beans, another Indian dish, were also good food for children.
Child Life in Colonial Days Alice Morse Earle
Drop the can of baked beans into hot water and boil for 20 minutes.
Armour’s Monthly Cook Book, Volume 2, No. 12, October 1913 Various
baked beans and brown bread were on the menu, as were also several kinds of pie and apple-sauce.
Bright Ideas for Entertaining Mrs. Herbert B. Linscott
“Salt pork and baked beans and things like that,” and he grinned.
The Rover Boys at Big Horn Ranch Edward Stratemeyer
“I’d like to know what they think,” said Sylvia, dishing up the baked beans.
The Shoulders of Atlas Mary E. Wilkins Freeman
baked beans come by nature, seems to me, but pies are a gift of grace.
The Sun Maid Evelyn Raymond
The breakfast itself, baked beans and fishballs, did not appeal to him, and he ate little.
Thankful’s Inheritance Joseph C. Lincoln
She hesitated over a pan half full of baked beans, and finally added them to the store.
The Girl from Montana Grace Livingston Hill
haricot beans, baked and tinned in tomato sauce
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to cook by dry heat in an oven or on heated metal or stones. to harden by heat: to bake pottery in a kiln. to dry by, or subject to heat: The sun baked the land. to bake bread, a casserole, etc. to become baked: The cake will bake in about half an hour. to […]
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bakemeat. pastry; pie. cooked food, especially a meat pie. Historical Examples Good God, that a man should live to regret not being young enough to be still treated as baked meat, and served up in a pie! Peveril of the Peak Sir Walter Scott And do we make gravy for baked meat in the same […]
a brand name for any of a series of thermosetting plastics prepared by heating phenol or cresol with formaldehyde and ammonia under pressure: used for radio cabinets, telephone receivers, electric insulators, and molded plastic ware. Historical Examples This second dial was no more than a thin disk of hard rubber or Bakelite, with a red […]
a person who bakes. a person who makes and sells bread, cake, etc. a small portable oven. (usually initial capital letter) a code word used in communications to represent the letter B. Sir Benjamin, 1840–1907, English engineer. George (“Father Divine”) 1877–1965, U.S. religious leader. George Pierce, 1866–1935, U.S. critic, author, and professor of drama. Howard […]