breadsticks


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breadsticks

(ˈbrɛdˌstɪks)
pl n
(Cookery) bread baked in long thin crisp sticks
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I like to place nuts in martini classes, jams, honeys and mustards in ramekins, or mini Mason jars, and breadsticks in small vases in order to provide increased visual interest to the board.
1 yellow pepper, deseeded, and sliced mini breadsticks and pitta chips, to serve
Thin and crispy and a great alternative to breadsticks - or bread, come to that.
99 per person with additional $1 sides, including meatballs and breadsticks.
Their main business is delivery and take-out and the menu consists of a wide variety of pizza with a variety of flavored crusts along with options of wings, salads, breadsticks, pasta and more
Contract notice: Supply of breadsticks for the period of 36 months.
NEW YORK -- Maybe there is such a thing as too many breadsticks.
For bunny rolls, canned breadsticks work beautifully, taste great, and require little time.
A SCOTS heroin baron and his two henchmen were jailed for almost 29 years yesterday for a plot to smuggle PS8million of the drug in a cargo of breadsticks.
A DRUG dealer was jailed for his part in a huge smuggling ring busted when heroin was found in a lorry carrying breadsticks.
The company's reputation of innovation centers around the following specialties: Ciabatta Garlic Bread, Garlic Bread, Breadsticks and Garlic Toast.