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Italian Easter Cheese Bread {Crescia or Pizza Di Pasqua}

This Italian Easter Cheese Bread is called Crescia, Pizza Di Formaggio or Pizza Di Pasqua. But it has nothing to do with a classic Neapolitan pizza you might be thinking of. It looks more like a cake, a savory “panettone” if you will. What is Crescia Al Formaggio? A brioche-like savory bread, enriched with grated …

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Traditional Focaccia Bread {Focaccia Genovese}

Focaccia is one of the most famous Italian flatbreads. Typical to Liguria and Genoa in particular it’s often called focaccia al olio or Fugassa in Genoese dialect. And I bet, wherever in the world you might be, every time focaccia is mentioned this classic Focaccia generously coated with extra virgin olive oil and large coarse …

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Pagnotta – Italian Round Country Bread

Simple and delicious Italian rustic bread typical of Central Italy but also widely baked in other regions. Very soft and spongy inside with a deep brown crust it’ll conquer you from the first bite. Pagnotta is a perfect fit for soups, bruschetta and of course for a quick bite with a drizzle of extra virgin …

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Homemade Ciabatta Bread {Step by Step}

Wonderfully chewy on the inside, crusty and golden brown on the outside and irresistible big holes, this homemade ciabatta bread is a perfect rustic bread to deep in soups, make bruschetta and sandwiches. Divide it in smaller pieces and make ciabatta rolls for panini! Ciabatta, pronounced [tʃaˈbatta] and in Italian means night slipper. If you’ve …

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