Special Sub-Topic: Bread from Around the World
|In part of the world are mustazzuolaros made for the St. Roch pilgrimage?|
|What area of the world will you find Fougasse-hand breads?|
|Where would you find Bread with an Iron Stamp?|
|Where was Massarine made?|
Trieste. Pane piave was a biphallic-shaped bread made during the 16th century.
|In what area is Zito made, Food for the Dead?|
Balkans. It is also called Kolyva, and made by the crushing walnuts, boiled wheat, and honey.
|In what country are Marriage loaves called Kolacz made?|
|In which country can you eat steamed Mantou bread?|
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