Entry from British & World English dictionary
A soft bread roll with a long, thin shape.
- Such breads are very similar to ‘bridge rolls’, a British party and buffet standby for many years.
- The £500,000 a year that she spends on these occasions is due to the guests - each of whom consumes 14 bridge rolls.
- Rules were laid down about the weight of the bridge rolls and how much cheese and egg went into the filling.
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