Originally posted by Jimeats
Originally posted by NYNM
I've been thinking about how different nations have different forms of bread: Tortillas from Mexico, Naan from India, "Wonderbread" (white "chewing gum" bread) from USA.
What can you add? What is your fav?
I wouldn't call Wonderbread a good example of an American bread, just a corprate mass produced loaf of?
Here in the Americas I guess we could lay claim to corn bread and brown bread. Other than that all breads have European influnces brought to us with the immergints from all corners of the globe. There are literally 1000s of different breads ranging from the pretzel to pancakes and waffles even some crackers are considered a bread form. Chow Jim
Jim: The "Wonderbread" was a joke, but I put it in because many of my friend in Europe make fun of it as "American Bread". Are hamburger buns or hot dog buns better examples of US bread? (they have that Wonderbread consistency, tho...)
As yes, crackers, waffles, pretzels are good ideas...