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davidg618

Help needed. Can't find a video on TFL

Some months ago I watched a video posted on TFL that showed four women making a Sicilian flat bread (large rounds) and baking them in a WFO. The video is poetry for the eyes.  Unfortunately, I didn't bookmark it. I've a need to see it again, but I can't locate it. I've tried various keywords and phrases in TFL Search to no avail.

Can anyone help?

Thanks,

David G

 

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polo

Couldn't find it here, but did find it on another site (I think).

http://www.sbs.com.au/food/foodart/210/Wood-Fired_Bread:_Italian_Style

 It may be the one you are thinking about.

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davidg618

...but not the one I was was looking for. Nonetheless, thank you for your effort.

David G

P.S. The next one below is it!

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polo

I had a feeling after I posted that it may not be the right one.

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yy

Is this the one you're thinking about?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jhLDT6r4zHk

It's a group of women making pane carasau.

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davidg618

Thank you, very much!

David G

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ananda

Hi David,

I suspected that this was the video you were after, but it is filmed in Sardinia, not Sicily.

Pane Carasau  is a real favourite Sardinian food

Best wishes

Andy

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davidg618

Hi, Andy,

I enjoyed watching that video so much I made some--found a recipe online but not on TFL. I used it to serve hummus or gaucamole (can't remember which, maybe both). I put the leftover in a zipped plastic bag, and forgot about it. Months later, I've opened the bag to find the bread nearly as crisp as the day I made it. I crisped it in a hot oven for a very few minutes which restored it almost to its original flavor.

I want to make more for the approaching holi-daze but I forgot its name, and couldn't find my recipe.

Have you noticed there's a lot of forgetting going on in this post?

Thanks for the geography lesson :-)

Warm regards,

David G

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fancy4baking

Exactly the same flat bread known in Syria & Lebanon, only there they don't pre-bake the loaf then split it into two sheets, and then complete baking it. They bake the loaf completely in one shot till it's golden colored. 

But let me tell you...IT IS a delicious kind of bread eaten alone of with yout favorite dip.

David if you have the means on making them, go ahead, you won't regret it :D

Mike