baking美 ['beɪkɪŋ] 英 ['beɪkɪŋ]
the process of cooking using dry heat in an oven
a baking dish/tin
the cooking of bread, cakes, and other foods by dry heat in an oven
a quantity of items baked at one time
very hot and dry
Some people genuinely seem to think we would be better off staying at home and growing our own cabbage and baking our own bread.
Roll the cut up pieces of chicken in the sauce. Put, skin side down, in a baking pan and pour the rest of the sauce over.
And of course I grew up with baking. And my mother was an excellent baker. She wasn't much of a cook, but she was an excellent baker.
You can also grease it a little and use it to line the bottom of baking dishes.
A fine, powdery foodstuff obtained by grinding and sifting the meal of a grain, especially wheat, used chiefly in baking.
The utility model belongs to medical instruments, and is an electric heating treating device used for baking and burning lesions.
I am baking of the major secular trends, not a few quarters or even a year or two.
For a mild, stain-free bleach, soak your delicates in a mixture of lemon juice and baking soda for at least half an hour before washing.
If I indulge in an occasional hour or two, I watch food shows, anything involving a new pie or cake-baking technique.
I have also been applying baking soda and apple cider vinegar to my face two or three times a week.