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brown-and-serve

[ broun-uhn-surv ]
/ ˈbraʊn ənˈsɜrv /
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adjective (of baked or cooked packaged foods)
requiring only a brief period of browning, as in an oven, before being ready to serve: brown-and-serve rolls.
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