I think it is French for 'bastard' actually.
Indeed. When the baker gets to the end of the batch of dough used for making baguettes. The bit that is left (the bastard) gets rolled into a stubby loaf. Traditionally the baker would take that one for her lunch.
I'm thinking it's a weight loss instructional video.
I didn't have a clue, but an interesting story about the baker. 😊
I would have thought it was something someone wielded.
My first thought was a baton. lol lol
It’s a kind of bread. They’re popular with my customers, just behind the baguettes.
Ahh, that's very nice.
Mrs. Budwick likes it when I make bread. My go to recipe for Batard European-Style Hearth Bread can be found here.
I know what a bastard is I'm just wondering what your wife wants with one.
I don’t know but I read it as that you bought a bastard. That was going to be a fun conversation. :)