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what on earth is stiratta romagna?!?

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janek Sat 17-Sep-11 15:31:14

i was just looking at an on-line menu of the pub i might go to next week, and 'stiratta romagna' appears a number of times on it.

now don't say 'let me google that for you' because i have never before come across something that only exists in the form it exists in on the internet ie i can only find it on menus, with no explanation.

i'm just mystified. i didn't know the internet could ever let you down...

TrillianAstra Sat 17-Sep-11 15:32:09

Sounds like a supermodel

TrillianAstra Sat 17-Sep-11 15:33:49

It's something Italian...

Romagna (Romagnol: Rumâgna) is an Italian historical region that approximately corresponds to the south-eastern portion of present-day Emilia-Romagna

TrillianAstra Sat 17-Sep-11 15:35:37

It looks like a sandwich... Focaccia with cheese and some kind of cured ham?

Also there are lots of pubs/restraurants that are clearly part of a chain because they all have it with "homemade" tomato jam for £9.95.

winnybella Sat 17-Sep-11 15:40:04

I think it's a kind of Italian bread, not a sandwich.

Catsmamma Sat 17-Sep-11 15:44:42

is it some sort of bread stick? appears with baked cheeses and some sort of tomato jam

IslaValargeone Sat 17-Sep-11 16:00:22

It's a type of bread, artisan rather than mass produced, shaped similarly to a baguette and hailing from Romagna in Italy.

janek Sat 17-Sep-11 21:21:16

ah, thank you all. i will look very knowledgable on wednesday now grin.

and trillian thanks for googling that for me!

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