Bake-Off


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Bake-Off

A situation in which two or more investment banks compete to attract a client's business. For example, two banks may offer presentations to entice a client to use one (and not the other) as the broker in a merger or acquisition.
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From a three-man operation to a premium manufacturer of combi steamers and bake-off ovens.
Andy Jacksson wrote: "Not watching Bake-Off just for Paul Hollywood.
A highlight of the day promises to be the Great Woolton Bake-Off with categories for adults and children and a theme of celebration cakes.
What: Michael Salmonson, a local resident of Hibbing MN was recently named one of 60 semifinalists in the freshly redesigned 46th Pillsbury Bake-Off Contest.
The bake-off isn't exactly a predictor for the presidential election-though having a good baker in a White House is usually a priority for voters.
When I started baking, my cake didn't take any shape and I've never taken part in the bake-off before.
Kluman & Baiter has developed a range of ingredients to help bakers, retailers and take-aways add that special touch to breads, cakes and other bake-off lines.
Anna Ginsberg, 35, of Austin, Texas, captured the $1 million grand prize in the 42nd annual Pillsbury Bake-Off March 22 with her recipe for Baked Chicken and Spinach Stuffing.
Thousands of entries flooded in from all over the country, drawing the attention of the media, which dubbed it the Bake-Off Contest.
Icefresh Foods, in partnership with Vaasan & Vaasan, has launched a range of frozen bake-off patisserie products to the retail market, including Danish pastries.
Naafi has struck a deal with instore bake-off specialist Country Choice to supply all of its outlets across the UK with Bake n' Bite bake-off units.
Each designer unveiled an apron to potentially be worn by the 100 finalists as they compete for the $1 million grand prize at the Bake-Off Contest in March in Orlando, Fla.