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Old 08-20-2013, 08:33 AM
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Default Re: Sicilian Bread the old way..

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Reminded me of this clip from No Reservations.

Sardina - Making Pane Carasau
Ah, I remember video now.. Nice!!



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Old 08-31-2013, 05:37 AM
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Default Re: Sicilian Bread the old way..

Reminds me of something that my Grandma used to make, they called A'frazell....a whole wheat giant doughnut looking thing that was kept in a paper bag on the counter. They were hard as rocks, but, would last months. Put butter on them and dunk in coffee, or, put oil and vinegar,oregano and a cut tomato...or cover it with cannelini beans with oil and garlic and cheese. They had to be covered in some kind of liquid or it was a tooth breaker...But the taste was great! Loved the fried bread dough...she did the same thing ,Pizz a frietz sp.?
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