Definition of Home-baked
1. Adjective. Baked at home. "Home-baked cakes and pies"
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Literary usage of Home-baked
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1. A History of the Parish of Leyton, Essex by John Kennedy (1894)
"... from bones—The bill —Encouragement to inmates—A Committee to govern—Home-brewed beer, Home- baked bread—Unwholesome flour—Insurance—Badges and tickets—A ..."
2. A New English-German and German-English Dictionary: Containing All the Words by Adolphus Bernays (1834)
"... a. home-baked. —bau, m. building of a house. ... a. home-baked, baked for the use of the family. ..."
3. The Chemistry of Foods: With Microscopic Illustrations by James Bell (1883)
"In the case of the home-baked bread, the analysis of which has been given, the quantity of salt present appears to be less than the above; but this arises ..."
4. American Standards of Living, 1918-1988 by Clair Brown (1994)
"Table 3.4 Typical meals (servings per person for a household of five), 1918 Breakfast 2 servings home-baked muffins, biscuits, rolls or pancakes 2 slices ..."
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