The Italian city of Rome has long been known for its superb bread, but in recent years the city has also become a hot spot for a new trend, the baking of bread in Spanish.
A popular pastry known as subway bread was created by the Italian pastry chef and pastry chef Luciano Cacamonti, who has also worked in Naples, Florence and Rome.
He has been baking bread in Spain since 1997.
The bread is made from wheat flour and flour from corn.
The dough is baked and then covered with a sauce made of butter, oil and vinegar and topped with a layer of cheese.
The sauce is then baked for two hours, and the bread is left to rise overnight.
The bread is traditionally served in traditional ways, and many cafes and bakeries are known for serving it.
However, in recent months, a number of cafes and restaurants in Rome have been known to serve it in sandwiches, or as a “bread in a sandwich” – a loaf of bread baked in a rectangular shape on a sheet of white bread.
A restaurant in Rome’s Stelvio neighbourhood is known for their subway bread sandwiches.
Image copyright APImage caption A Subway sandwich is a slice of bread on a white bread sheet covered with lettuce and tomato