1. narrow French stick loaf
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How To Use baguet In A Sentence

  • Go into just about every boulangerie in France nowadays and a standard baguette costs 80 centimes.
  • He laughed and he said: ‘Well I can bring you baguettes or multigrain bread.’
  • After Kent's first bite of crisp crusted, light, opened crumbed baguette he said, "You bought this. Meet Norton
  • A lovely baguette with sausages and bacon in true Dublin style was handed to everyone.
  • I usually order the herb salad with smoked salmon, but their tartines and baguettes are great too.
  • These bouchons - a crustless tuna quiche of sorts, I suppose - are delicious warm or at room temperature, with a green salad and a good baguette.
  • Fill your empty backpack with a freshly baked baguette, a fine, odoriferous fromage, a bottle of red, some fruit and you're good to go.
  • There are four tapered baguette diamonds set in two prong heads.
  • Serve with plenty of warm bread to dunk; sourdough is a good option as it has a bit more texture than a French baguette.
  • As baguettes stale quickly, several batches are made daily.
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