bakeshop bakeshop


  • (n) a workplace where baked goods (breads and cakes and pastries) are produced or sold



  1. They had traced the flour back from Briand's bakeshop through the government-controlled flour depot to a mill near Poitiers, nearly 300 miles away.
  2. In Paris' rue de Passy a woman suddenly stepped out of line, heaved a stone through a bakeshop door.
  3. The mail was dried out in a Cristobal bakeshop, forwarded by plane.


  • Green markets offer alternative to grocery store shopping

    Erin Carlson, 22, stops at Amanda Bowers’ table of goods from her bakeshop BakerBaker for a pecan bar. Carlson was meandering through Haile Farmers Market that winds through Haile Village Saturday.
    on June 6, 2013     Source: Independent Florida Alligator

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