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From Italian focaccias and German pretzels, to Mexico's "Bread of the Dead", enjoy these delicious, doughy recipes from around the world.

Dark, dense and slightly sweet, Danish pumpernickel bread is often made with a sourdough starter. This variation uses a more simplified method and contains a mixture...
Traditional laugenbrezeln are dipped in a lye (sodium hydroxide) solution, which gives the pretzels their dark brown, smooth glaze and slight crunch. As lye is...
While this Italian flatbread originates from Liguria, there are variations all over Italy including versions with cheese, tomato, potato and capsicum. Meyer...
The Day of the Dead, or All Saints' Day, falls on 1 November each year. In Mexico, families pass from house to house visiting altars and friends. Integral to the...
Gwaramari literally means "a round bread" in Newari – a local language spoken by a community in Kathmandu Valley. This is a famous breakfast dish typically served...

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