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832-397057 - Swabian cuisine, Kirchweihkuchen, Swabian baking speciality, from the oven, baked, sweet cake, covered apple pie, apple sauce slices, apple compote, sheet cake, home cooking, yeast yeast dough, sweets, hazelnuts, sultanas, pastries, baking tray, cinnamon sticks, cooling grid, traditional cuisine, food photography, studio, Germany, Europe
832-397058 - Swabian cuisine, Kirchweihkuchen on serving platter, cake forks, Swabian baking speciality, out of the oven, baked, sweet cake, covered apple pie, apple sauce slices, apple compote, sheet cake, home cooking, yeast yeast dough, sweets, hazelnuts, sultanas, pastries, cinnamon sticks, cake forks, apples, traditional cuisine, food photography, studio, Germany, Europe
746-90613 - Panigaccio is a type of round, unleavened bread, baked in a special terracotta and mica dish, called testo, red-heated over high heat in a bonfire or in a wood-burning oven. A batter of flour, water and salt is interposed between one text and another, to form a pile. It is typical of the Lunigiana land on the border between Liguria and Tuscany, Italy, Europe
746-90615 - Panigaccio is a type of round, unleavened bread, baked in a special terracotta and mica dish, called testo, red-heated over high heat in a bonfire or in a wood-burning oven. A batter of flour, water and salt is interposed between one text and another, to form a pile. It is typical of the Lunigiana land on the border between Liguria and Tuscany, Italy, Europe
746-90614 - Panigaccio is a type of round, unleavened bread, baked in a special terracotta and mica dish, called testo, red-heated over high heat in a bonfire or in a wood-burning oven. A batter of flour, water and salt is interposed between one text and another, to form a pile. It is typical of the Lunigiana land on the border between Liguria and Tuscany, Italy, Europe
746-90612 - Panigaccio is a type of round, unleavened bread, baked in a special terracotta and mica dish, called testo, red-heated over high heat in a bonfire or in a wood-burning oven. A batter of flour, water and salt is interposed between one text and another, to form a pile. It is typical of the Lunigiana land on the border between Liguria and Tuscany, Italy, Europe