What is the English word describing a long thin loaf of French bread, which crust is appetisingly golden and crunchy, and the bread inside is light and fluffy?
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Frankly I think most Americans call it, "a loaf of French bread" or simply "a French bread".
In the UK we call it a stick of French bread (baton or baguette are a bit "middle-class")