Here you find all World Bread Day 2013 entries from Hong-Kong (1), Hungary (2), India (4), Indonesia (1) Israel (3), Italy (48), Japan (1), Malaysia (1)
Imrei Bakery from Imrei Blog
This is a simple longish bread with 30-hour sourdough and without any additives. The bread got its name from the Hungarian word „kocsmakenyér” (tavern or pub + bread), because due to its shape the bread easy to slice and equally sized slices can be cut. Thus preventing a bar fight for bigger or unequally slices. Seriously!
Stephanny L from snowsparklegems
A naan bread with sliced garlic and sesame toppings and egg salad dipping
Anna Maria Cantarella from Ginger and Tomato
Bread made whit milk and filled with olive, dried tomatoes and chili pepper
Italians Do Eat Better from ITALIANS DO EAT BETTER – gli Italiani mangiano meglio
Italian Ciabatta Bread
MilenaSt from Una finestra di fronte
This bread, though devoid of any grain of sugar is sweet with raisins, cocoa and aromatic thanks to the amazing when the palate meets the pieces of chocolate: in other words it is not pleasant for a bread that has nothing to envy to a cake, but it is delicious in “natural way” and I certainly do not mind even to adults who can enjoy it with a glass of sweet wine.
Carla Marzani from Le Delizie della Mia Cucina
Pane rustico con farina per polenta
ornella mirelli from ammodomio
It gives a description Luigi Sada in his “The Apulian Cooking” Frangolle (a): bread of about 2 Kg, has the form of a crown. The surface containing some almonds (peeled after being boiled), is made shiny after a first firing, with wet cloth. Wont be packed at Christmas and at Easter. Before being divided among the guests, who, consuming it, recite a Pater noster, is blessed by the head of the family or by the oldest, with holy water taken from the source of the church, by means of a stick. olive.
Manuela from Con le mani in pasta
The bread for my #WBD is a breakfast bread, Because breakfast today, but also once a time, was the most important meal of the day. Is a country bread, but rich. It could be a brioche, but it chose to be more concrete. It brings with it the aroma of all the flowers of spring, as a hope.