cooked food, especially a meat pie.
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 […]
- Bake sale
a sale of homemade, donated baked goods, as by a church or club to raise money.
Also called bakeshop [beyk-shop] /ˈbeɪkˌʃɒp/ (Show IPA). a baker’s shop. a place where baked goods are made. Contemporary Examples Israel worked in the bakery, got his GED, and took college courses, determined to make it outside prison walls. Ex-Prisoners Say Life Term Is Cruel for Teens, As Case Hits High Court Sandra McElwaine March 18, […]
- Bake ware
heat-resistant dishes, as of glass or pottery, in which food may be baked; ovenware.