breadsticks


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breadsticks

(ˈbrɛdˌstɪks)
pl n
(Cookery) bread baked in long thin crisp sticks
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There are also several refreshing salads, a trio of pasta salads, breadsticks with dipping sauces, calzones, and Ben & Jerry's ice cream here.
Made with only natural, organic ingredients, the new Jumbo Cheese Breadsticks (90g) are specially prepared by a family bakery in the Piedmont region of Italy.
VEGETARIAN (NO EGGS/DAIRY): breadsticks, English muffin, some of the salad bar offerings, the plain baked potato, grape jelly
The breadsticks (1 or 2 per serving) and watercress sauce (about 1/4 cup per serving) can be made up to 1 day ahead.
Out come hot French bread or buttermilk biscuits or breadsticks.
Like peanut butter and jelly or macaroni and cheese - pizza and breadsticks are one of those pairs that were just made for each other.
The Pepperoni Rolls make their debut in a fresh, new packaging design along with Garlic Texas Toast, Texas Toast with Cheese, and Garlic Breadsticks.
WE'VE teamed up with Dairylea, the taste that kids love, to offer every reader a FREE Dairylea Dunkers Jumbo Tubes or Breadsticks pack from SPAR.
Opt for the reduced fat version and serve with breadsticks, carrot and cucumber.
39 [pounds sterling] for 82g, while Dipper is a cheese dip with mini Italian breadsticks, priced at 39p for a 40g pack.
His heartbroken sister Rhiannon, 17, said, 'He loved snacking on breadsticks so it became his nickname.
With Americans clamoring for convenient products, Pillsbury introduced more refrigerated dough products, including refrigerated cinnamon rolls and icing in a can in 1954, refrigerated butterscotch nut and coconut cookie dough in 1955, sugar cookie dough in 1958, refrigerated crescent dinner rolls in 1965, refrigerated pie crust dough in the '80s and more, including refrigerated pizza dough, refrigerated bread dough and refrigerated breadsticks.