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Haggis, are you thinking of naan? It comes out of the oven sort of teardrop shaped? Great stuff. Really good pita is a reasonable substitute, but not the stuff sold in most grocery stores.originally posted by Haggis:
Bread is a totally different subject. Next to German bread my favorite bread is found throughout the Middle East and Turkey. I can recall the name but it’s flat bread similar to pita bread, only flatter. They bake it inside an open oven shaped something like a beehive and made from clay (I think) The baker rolls out the dough then throws the dough onto the interior wall of the oven and uses a long hook thingy to get the baked product. Man some of that bread with fresh figs is a real meal.....
Have talked with sister, and now have list. She wants merlots and shiraz/syrah from Bogle, Smoking Loon, McManis, and Yellowtail.Originally posted by piqaboo:
Selma, whatcha buy?
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