The smell of a fresh loaf of homemade bread permeates a kitchen until the whole family gathers from their corners of the house to mooch a taste. And it’s just… [Read More]
An extremely thin, crisp Sardinian bread, that looks like thin “music paper.”
Sicilian braided bread made with semolina flour.
Spicy bread served with eggs in a shell shape decoration, it is an Easter specialty of Naples.
Ferrarese bread shaped like crossed hands.
“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.