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bake-off (plural bake-offs)

  1. A cooking contest, especially one where competition is head-to-head, not limited to preparing food involving baking.
    The winner of the Pillsbury bake-off is obviously a very good cook and is respected for it.


bake-off (not comparable)

  1. (of bread) Prepared in advance, to be finished off by baking.
    • 2004, Wadebridge Ecological Centre, The Ecologist: Volume 34
      In its most speeded-up form, bake-off bread might need only a few minutes in the oven to give it a crust and some colour.