Cookbook: Coppia ferrarese Media: Coppia ferrarese Coppia ferrarese [ˈkɔppja ferraˈreːze] is a type of sourdough bread made with flour, lard, malt, and olive oil, and has a twisted shape. It was first made around the 12th century in Ferrara, Italy.
PANE CARASAU. Pane carasau, from the Sardinian “carasare”, which refers to the crush of bread, is without a doubt the most famous Sardinian bread in the world. Made from hard wheat bran (or semola di grano duro in Italian), salt, yeast and water, it was originally made using a labor intensive process that require the work of three women.