breadsticks


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breadsticks

(ˈbrɛdˌstɪks)
pl n
(Cookery) bread baked in long thin crisp sticks
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Lunch: Cheesy breadsticks w marinara sauce, tossed salad w dressing (peas at the high school), fruit
The packs include Biscoff's spread and breadsticks, with the brand claiming it offers "a more convenient, portable format" for on-thego snacking (rsp: PS1).
The new store has pizzas, breadsticks, oven-baked sandwiches, and chicken wings.
For instance, for our first meal at Michelin star Il Cascinalenuovo, the welcome wine was an Asti Secco, a slightly dry Asti served with breadsticks (incidentally, the first breadsticks were invented in Piedmont by a baker whose son could not eat soft breads the elongated dough could bake all the way through, easier to eat, and it caught on).
The unlimited breadsticks approach of the Marvel Cinematic Universe ensures that we remain full of carbs, all year, as each franchise rolls out another metaphorical Olive Garden.
1 yellow pepper, deseeded, and sliced mini breadsticks and pitta chips, to serve
Yield: 2 cups TASTE OF GOURMET DELICIOUSLY DILL DIP WITH DILL BREADSTICKS DIP 1 package Taste of Gourmet Deliriously Dill Mix 1 cup sour cream Juice of 7 lemon 1/4 cup fresh dill, chopped 1/4 cup fresh chives, chopped In a bowl, combine all ingredients until blended well.
Thin and crispy and a great alternative to breadsticks - or bread, come to that.
Boston, MA, September 19, 2016 --(PR.com)-- All You Can Eat Pizza and Pasta for just $4.99 per person with additional $1 sides, including meatballs and breadsticks.
Pick from things like mini pretzels or breadsticks and pop them in the packed lunch for your little one to enjoy.
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!
Tenders are invited for breadsticks, plain, reduced sodium and fat, whole grain rich, individual quick frozen (iqf) processed.