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“Slipper,” a bread with a slipper-like form and airy texture.
Milanese five-sided round, crusty bread.
Small Roman bread roll.
Soft, spongy bread native to Sicily. Muffuletta is popular in New Orleans, where the term now identifies a sandwich making use of the Sicilian bread.
Sardinian semolina bread typically made into very large round loafs.
Literally “little loaf”; a kind of brioche.
Toasted bread, usually with a savory topping.
Sliced bread; also, a packaged bread used for canapés and sandwiches when there is a preference for regularity of shape over flavor and texture.
Sicilian horsehoe-shaped bread.