French stick


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French stick

n
(Cookery) Brit a long straight notched stick loaf. Also called: French stick loaf
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French stick

French loaf nfiloncino
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Did that naughty little girlfriend make you look like a silly billy who should have kept his French stick to himself?
During the middle ages a French stick game called hoquet was played, and the English word may be derived from it.
Before the pastry, though, I began with a starter of pan-fried chorizo in a red wine jus (PS4.95) accompanied by three slices of warm French stick with the damp and slightly doughy exterior of the bake-your-own supermarket style.
who'd have thought battling veggies wielding a French stick could be so much fun?
While we couldn't condone this behaviour it afforded us the incredible sight of the mighty beast clambering from the depths to devour the French stick.
If he doesn't he might get some French stick!" Moving on to Celtic and Michael Sheerin, Liverpool, said: "Are the club crazy?
Serve in two bowls and eat with plenty of fresh sliced French stick for dipping into the sauce.
Pasta marinara, wheat french stick, garden salad and fruit.
30-horse power engine, and it uses a French stick shift that folds out from the dashboard and deck-chair-style seats.
A great picnic would consist of a first-rate Bloody Mary made beforehand and decanted into a flask; the best possible sandwiches, free range egg mayonnaise and cress or chicken, bacon and avocado fillings; a few slices of boiled ham with piccalilli; scotch eggs; and a good country pte with some crusty French stick.
The French stick spoilt a successful week for Lohan, who was in London with Sam, below, to meet her girlfriend's mum ANN DEXTER-JONES.

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