home-baked home-baked

Definition(s):

  • (adj) baked at home

Usage(s):

  1. Even Mom's home-baked goodies, sold to benefit the school art program or the prom, can't be eaten during school hours.
  2. Lobsters in wine and olive sauce, lavender lamb kebabs and home-baked bread are served at tranquil waterside tables.
  3. Lobsters in wine and olive sauce, lavender lamb kebabs and home-baked bread are served at tranquil waterside tables.

News

  • Italian bakery in Boca Raton gets $75,000 loan from Whole Foods

    It all started more than six years ago when Giovanna Cimino began sharing her home-baked biscottis with co-workers at Whole Foods Market in Boca Raton . Cimino, now co-owner of an Italian bakery, was at Whole Foods again this week — accepting a $75,000 loan from the grocer to boost her business.        
    on June 18, 2013     Source: Sun-Sentinel

Quotes

  1. "We had this home-baked idea that we love and we're proud of," Whedon says. "We made this on the understanding that we'd never make a dime. But it's blown up beyond our expectations."
    on Jul 16, 2008 By: Joss Whedon Source: USA Today

  2. "Every member of the Supreme Court received a wonderful package of home-baked cookies, and I don't know why, (but) the staff decided to analyze them. Each one contained enough poison to kill the entire membership of the court," former Justice...
    on Nov 18, 2006 By: Sandra Day O Connor Source: Washington Times

  3. "A candidate for Congress who would be out knocking on doors, meeting with supporters, talking about issues, debating his or her opponent would come back to the headquarters and they would say, 'This guy, Tom DeLay, just sent home-baked cookies from...
    on Sep 28, 2005 By: David Dreier Source: CNN

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