Origin of bake-offprobably from Bake-Off, trademark for an annual baking contest first conducted by the Pillsbury Company in 1949, although similar formations such as playoff and runoff date from the 19th circa
The winning pie in a bake-off.
The definition of a bake off is a contest in which people submit things they have cooked and prepared, such as cookies, pies or breads, in order to be judged and to determine the best recipe or food product.
An example of a bake off is a contest at the fair when many different people enter homemade pies to see which gets the most votes.
a cooking contest in which participants prepare their own recipes, as for a specified kind of cake
A service mark used for a contest in which cooks prepare their own recipes, usually of baked goods, and prizes are awarded for originality and taste. This service mark sometimes occurs in lowercase with the meaning “any contest among cooks.”
- Alternative spelling of bake-off.
- In the same episode featuring the cupcake fire truck, Katherine and Sophie enlist the help of firefighters to have a bake-off in an attempt to settle once and for all who is the better baker.
- Undoubtedly the rivalry will continue despite the clear victory Katherine experienced in the bake-off.