French loaf


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Noun1.French loaf - a loaf of French breadFrench loaf - a loaf of French bread    
loaf, loaf of bread - a shaped mass of baked bread that is usually sliced before eating
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French loaf

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There is only one French loaf which comes close to this, the pain de mie, but the term 'French bread' usually refers to the baguette, which we don't regularly use for Spam.
All po'boys are served on New Orleans' Leidenheimer's French loaf.
The offerings are diverse, from your classic perfect French loaf, to a sugar-encrusted Estonian wreath and a buttery brioche, with pumpkin and sunflower seed breads in between.
You want a squishy-soft French loaf for this bread--it crisps up well on the grill and stays fluffy inside.
I know I've spent enough time in front of the rotating cake display at the neighborhood French Loaf bakery in Bangalore hoping that Babyjaan doesn't notice she's gobbling big chunks of a paratha as she stares saucer-eyed at the "happys" (birthday cakes).
Nigel said: "If you eat a very scratchy French loaf, get very run-down, or something upsets your immune system - any of these things can act as triggers.
Mr Scott said: "If your mouth and lips get very sore, if you do something like eat a very scratchy French loaf, if you get very run-down, or something upsets your immune system - any of these things can act as triggers.
Layer ciabatta bread or a soft French loaf with thinly sliced pork with Swiss cheese, sweet dill pickle slices, sliced red onion and whole grain mustard.
The French loaf is tasty, with a decent crust although the basic bread is quite doughy rather than springy and light.
But then the sort of zippy person who earns his or her crusty French loaf by conducting such surveys is likely to be a shower enthusiast.