This is the best bread ever - very simple recipe of flour, yeast, salt and water. But how could something so simple taste so good? Is it because it is allowed to rise twice or is it because the dough is very sticky - less flour makes a much tastier bread? Could it be so yummy because it is kneaded by hand on a huge bread board? All of the above.
With the same dough I made some fried bread - the little kids just loved it!
There was so much dough that we even made a pie - the filling is made with a mixture of eggs, sausage (homemade, of course) ricotta, grated parmesan and mozza and lots of parsley. An Easter tradition.