n. articles of food made of paste, or having a crust made of paste, as pies, tarts; place where pastry is made
This precious vessel was now placed on my knee, and I was invited to eat the circlet of delicate pastry upon it.
Sentence in Classic:
Cunegonde was, indeed, very ugly, but she became an excellent pastry cook; Paquette worked at embroidery; the old woman looked after the linen.
To the shoulder of mutton there succeeded, in turn, cutlets (each one larger than a plate), a turkey of about the size of a calf, eggs, rice, pastry, and every conceivable thing which could possibly be put into a stomach.
Dead Souls By Nikolai Vasilievich Gogol Context
But she only put out her tongue at him and ordered another pastry, thick with chocolate and stuffed with meringue.
Gone With The Wind By Margaret Mitche Context
In the Rue de Seine he met Planchet, who had stopped before the house of a pastry cook, and was contemplating with ecstasy a cake of the most appetizing appearance.
THE THREE MUSKETEERS By Alexandre Dumas Context