In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- So bits of twine, a broken bread knife and half-empty bags of last year's mouldy bulb fibre are squirrelled away in my shed.
- Take your sharpest serrated bread knife and cut the stick in half across the middle.
- Remove the cake layers from the pans and cut both cake layers in half horizontally, using a serrated bread knife.
- She poked at the crumpled snakeskin with the bread knife and asked, ‘What did you think you were playing at, bringing that filth into my kitchen?’
- Recently I've added a bread knife I bought at a trade show because the salesman made me think I couldn't live without it, and a box of baking tubes.
- When he refused, one of the attackers produced a seven-inch knife, similar to a bread knife, and threatened him again.
- I was starting to really like the look of the bread knife.
- On August 20, she was seen outside her home holding a bread knife.
- A school security guard had seen a bread knife with a 10-inch blade in the bed of the teen's pickup.
- I slice the loaf in two, carefully using my extra-sharp bread knife on my nifty bamboo cutting-board.
- A small saw or serrated blade such as an old bread knife can be used.
- I found that a serrated bread knife did the best job.
- While still hot, remove the crusts with a bread knife, halve, and stack in a special rack.
- Kelley slid silently to the kitchen drawer, selecting an old bread knife.
- So, he got out his bread knife and trimmed the quarter-loaf down to a couple of slices of dry toast.
- Some people used sharp wires to level a cake - that is, to skim off the bump on the top that occurs naturally when baking, but I preferred to use a long bread knife.
- He returned moments later with the steaming bread on the cutting board, complete with a bread knife.
- I set up the board and pull out my bread knife, my chef's knife, my paring knife and my peeler.
- This is most easily done with a large serrated-edged knife or a bread knife.
- Cutting your lawn with a bread knife is a lot of work, too, and will fill your day up like nothing you've ever seen.
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