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French stick

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

French stick

French loaf nfiloncino
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Picking at French sticks and eating half a bag of grapes before you get to the till.
THERE'S bloomers dancing in my head, French sticks teasing me and a tiger begging me to eat it.
A handsome artisan and amateur dancer from the French sticks finds his body virtually glued to that of a haughty Parisian ballet teacher in "Hand in Hand," a contempo, dance-infused variation on the Grimm Brothers' tale of the golden goose.
Khojesta brings a touch of Gallic to the Celtic Fayre with some French Sticks while (above) Wendy Griffiths of Connah's Quay displays her pottery crafts
This proves that I've put in the hours and so can proceed unhindered by the queue-observing riff-raff, with or without their French sticks.
French sticks to the events of what could be considered the first day of the American Revolution, but also supplies succinct reviews of political, social and economic contexts.
Will they look now at New York bagels, French sticks, English cottage loaves, all baked in our local superstores?
Occupying a footprint of just 3.4 x 1.8 metres, the Genesis will produce long and round rolls, French sticks and oven bottom and tin bread effortlessly and consistently.
He's brought the French sticks, the pittas, the rolls, the white sliced and the brown but there are four crusty bloomers where the granary torpedoes should be.
Frozen french toast, 144/cs no french sticks. Hormel thick & easy instant food /25 #.
For the next 15 months his on-the-job training took him through all the techniques from making crusty rolls to French sticks.
"Seven (boys in bed!) "Six mince pies, "Five - types - of - cheese, "Four pots of olives, "Three french sticks, "Two (me and Nathan) and a glass of sparkly Shiraz just for me."

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