bakeshop


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a workplace where baked goods (breads and cakes and pastries) are produced or sold

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Bakeshop continues IGI-USA's influence on the neighborhood, specifically the area east of Broadway, where 93 Worth has been a catalyst for residential and retail development since 2011.
When Azucar Bakery refused to add Jack's anti-gay message to a cake, Jack filed a complaint to the state, accusing them of violating the same anti-discrimination ordinances that snagged Masterpiece Bakeshop.
Almaktoum explained that the bakeshop illegally put the validity dates one day later to get one more day for selling more bread.
Lawmakers passed the Bakeshop Act in 1897, which set a maximum work week of 60 hours in bakeries.
Mary's new release The Irresistible Blueberry Bakeshop & Cafe is out now.
Stacie, who reached the Masterchef finals in 2010, has gone on to become a judge for the television show, Food Glorious Food, as well as running her own bakeshop, The Beehive Bakery.
The Irresistible Blueberry Bakeshop & Cafe is a lovely novel that lures the reader with a tantalizingly sweet title and continues the charm with a New England setting, romance, and descriptions spiced with images of blueberry muffins, strawberry rhubarb pie, and other baked goods.
Similarly, Hey Sugar Bakeshop, which has 14 stores in the UAE, introduced Middle Eastern kanafeh flavoured cupcakes during Ramadan last year.
Bakery on Main was sampling two new bakeshop flavors in its line of Gluten Free Instant Oatmeals: Carrot Cake and Blueberry Scone.
One family member owned a bakeshop, and there was a rumour that our ancestors included George Palmer, the English biscuit manufacturer who produced the first cookies packed in tins.
While Justice Rufus Peckham's opinion for the Court in that case contains a few turns of phrase that have not stood the test of time,2 nonetheless, the opinion as a whole lays out a chain of legal reasoning, taking relevant facts about the bakery world into account (contrary to Dean Roscoe Pound's later critique of the opinion's supposed fact-free "formalism," as Sandefur points out), and makes clear why, against a background presumption of a "right to earn a living," the hours limitations fail constitutional review, even while other parts of the New York Bakeshop Act were so far within the ambit of reasonable regulation that they were not even challenged.
Eyewitnesses reported that the actress went to SoHo's Little Cupcake Bakeshop acting "bizarre"-- waltzing into the bakery wearing headphones and sunglasses at 9 p.
FAVORITE TREAT Pastry chef Kim Boyce at Portland's Bakeshop makes amazing pastries with alternative flours.
The CS's in the bakeshop provided fresh bread to the crew every day, and even found time to make the best birthday cakes each month for the crew and for special ceremonies.
Bernstein's description of Lochner does much to dispel the notion that the New York Bakeshop Law reflected a simple story of oppressed workers seeking legislative aid against powerful capitalists.