An article of food made from flour or meal by moistening, kneading, and baking.
Food; sustenance; support of life, in general.
To cover with bread crumbs, preparatory to cooking; as, breaded cutlets.
Basic food; some form of grain food has been a part of human diet in every culture. Early in the Old Testament there emerged two "breads"-a natural one and a heavenly one related to the will of God. In the Eucharist, Jesus brings the two together: "This (natural bread) is my body (heavenly food) given for you." Either leavened (raised) or unleavened bread can be used in the Eucharist. Unleavened bread is used in the Jewish Seder of Passover and therefore became the common bread of the Eucharist. In this form it is often recognized as a small dish-shaped wafer cut from a specially baked and prepared loaf.
an old-world European style bakery and cafe
Refers to an old scam in which a phone number will ring in two different locations, only one of which is known by the phone company. Often used by "bookies" to avoid police raids during the 1930's
Bread was used by the old English finishers as a means of cleaning the work during polishing. It is more efficacious than pith. The center portion of a piece of bread, without the crust, about the size of a golf ball was kneaded up with oil to the consistency of putty and used by dabbing on to the work.