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Bayonne Ham refers to a mildly smoked ham that has beencured in a wine mixture. It is produced in a small town near Bayonne, France.

Bayonne is pronouced "bay-yohn"

Badem Tatlisi is the Turkish term which means "made with almonds", referring to food cooked or prepared with almonds

Baklava refers to a Turkish dessert made of paper-thin layers of pastry, chopped nuts, and honey.

Bulgur refers to the nutritious staple in the Middle East.

Börek refers to the Turkish dish made of thin sheets of dough that are layered, folded into various shapes, stuffed with Cheese or meat, and then grilled, baked, or fried.

Bai gra-waan is a Thai term meaning "bay leaf ". In the Philippines, it is called laurel and mostly sold in the markets dried. I have not seen a fresh bay leaf in the Philippines, but