Food made of flour, water, and yeast mixed together and baked
(A loaf or serving of) bread containing chopped nuts.
Bread made from oat flour.
Bread, usually stale or of inferior quality, used as food for pigs.
Honey or pollen used as food by bees
A container for keeping bread in
Bread made with rye flour, typically dark in colour and with a dense, chewy texture
A type of cake, baked in the shape of a loaf, containing dried fruit that has been soaked in tea before baking
Bread, typically of poor quality, which is distributed as alms.
The bread or wafer used in the Eucharist.
Bread with a greyish colour, usually made from rye flour.
The carob, Ceratonia siliqua.
Bread baked in an oven.
Bread or cake that can be prepared quickly, especially through the use of a leavening agent that permits immediate baking; compare earlier quick cake.
A foodstuff made from the baked bulbs of Camassia quamash, eaten especially by the North American Indians of the Pacific Northwest.
A type of bread, originally cooked in a billy over an open fire
A coarse dark-coloured type of rye bread
Celebrate the Eucharist
Food with a consistency resembling bread, such as yams or sweet potatoes
A long knife with a serrated edge, for slicing bread
Any of various fungi, especially of the genus Rhizopus, that grow on bread and other foods
Sauce made with milk and breadcrumbs, typically eaten with roast chicken or turkey
A cycad native to tropical and southern Africa, which yields an edible sago-like starch
Bread that is light brown in colour, typically made using unbleached or unrefined wholemeal flour
Unleavened bread traditionally baked in a lidded pot placed in wood ashes; damper
Another term for French toast.
Sweet bread sprinkled with hundreds and thousands
A Welsh dish of laver which is boiled, dipped in oatmeal, and fried
Bread leavened with baking soda
Soft maize bread
Bread that is light in colour, made with flour that has been through a refining process
North American. Bread made from Indian corn; cornbread.
Coarse bread made with maize kernels.
The baobab tree or its fruit
The very large tuber-like sclerotium of the fungus Laccocephalum mylittae (formerly included in the genus Polyporus), eaten by Australian Aborigines; also called blackfellow's bread.
Bread served with oysters.
A type of bread made with ground or cracked black pepper.
Bread made partly from potato flour, or of which potatoes are an ingredient.
Irregular pieces of bread pulled from the inside of a (usually newly-baked) loaf and lightly rebaked until crisp.
= riddle cake.
A type of yeast bread typically made with cornmeal and dark molasses
A rich, heavy cake or pudding made from pieces of bread soaked in milk and baked with eggs, sugar, dried fruit, and spices, eaten hot or cold
White bread in a long, crisp loaf
Bread spread with butter and crushed garlic and heated in the oven, often served as a side dish
A type of brown bread containing whole grains of wheat