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bake·shop

 (bāk′shŏp′)
n.
See bakery.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.bakeshop - a workplace where baked goods (breads and cakes and pastries) are produced or soldbakeshop - a workplace where baked goods (breads and cakes and pastries) are produced or sold
patisserie - a bakery specializing in French pastry
shop, store - a mercantile establishment for the retail sale of goods or services; "he bought it at a shop on Cape Cod"
workplace, work - a place where work is done; "he arrived at work early today"
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When he was down to his last quarter, Jurgis learned that before the bakeshops closed at night they sold out what was left at half price, and after that he would go and get two loaves of stale bread for a nickel, and break them up and stuff his pockets with them, munching a bit from time to time.
They know EVERYTHING about us, my darling, EVERYTHING--both about you and your affairs and about myself; and when today I was for sending Phaldoni to the bakeshop for something or other, he refused to go, saying that it was not his business.
Four bakeshops in the town collaborated in baking 108 pans of carrot
Taking inspiration from respectable bakeshops that are producing good breads, he also tried his hands in baking and came up with his own recipes and even improved the ones that he had tried in the past.
They were Frederico Blanco of F&H Aqua spring Purified drinking water, Rosalina Go of Rose Excellence Corporation, owner of the ubiquitous Rose Bakeshops and Irenea Hitgano of Hillsview Food Products- producer of the fast selling Mangosteen tea.
Matthew Hollingworth, the director of the World Food Program ( WFP) in Syria affirmed that the organization will discuss with related authorities increasing productivity of mills and bakeshops, adding that WFP is seeking to find out temporary work program for affected families to provide for themselves in addition to setting a plan for entering around 48,000 food baskets to Hasaka on monthly bases and distributing them to displaced and affected families.
The other day I was at one of the renowned bakeshops and was astonished to see a hike in the price of cupcakes to Dhs13.
It is almost impossible to secure or keep in proper cleanly condition the Jewish and Italian bakeshops," one state inspector reported in 1898.
We put a lot of effort into capturing the spirit of old-fashioned bakeshops.
And the equipment is already in use in some of the Culinary Institute's 41 kitchens and bakeshops.
After all, The CIA is not just a school; its campus includes five public restaurants--and the service road for deliveries to the college's 41 kitchens and bakeshops ran directly in front of Roth.
THESE are the key words that have driven the success of the PAUL company from its beginning with a small bakery in Lille in 1889 to its current position of 330 sales outlets and bakeshops across France and the World, serving over 5 million customers a month with rustic and speciality breads, patisserie, viennoiserie, tarts and sandwiches made to order.