Bake-Off


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Bake-Off

(bāk′ôf′, -ŏf′)
A service mark used for a contest in which cooks prepare their own recipes, usually of baked goods, and prizes are awarded for originality and taste. This service mark sometimes occurs in lowercase with the meaning "any contest among cooks."
Translations

bake-off

n (US Cook) → Backwettbewerb m
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