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11 Incredible Flatbreads From Around the World

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Forget your forks! From time immemorial, flatbreads have been the way to sop up sauce, roll up wraps or dab on dips — proving that it’s truly fine (not to mention delicious) to eat with your hands. From fatir, which can trace its roots to ancient Bedouins on the move in the deserts of the Middle East, to French pissaladière, the succulent, caramelized onion-topped pizza-focaccia hybrid from Provence that puts the cronut to shame, countries around the world have never fallen out of love with flatbread.

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Perhaps that’s because flatbread serves so many purposes. It’s had a starring role in several world religions (see Judaism and Christianity for just two examples), and often provides simple sustenance in extreme environments (damper was invented over a campfire in Australia’s rugged outback during colonial times).

Whether it’s unleavened (made without yeast), slightly leavened (such as pita bread) or fluffy and risen (see naan); flatbreads are a veritable blank canvas for creative cooks around the globe.

So carbo-phobics, step away from the screen: We’ve scoured the globe to find the world’s most fanciful flatbreads, with toothsome results for every palate. Hope you’re hungry: You’re about to tear into a doughy, delicious world.

Torta Sul Testo — Italy

This Umbrian griddle-baked flatbread is a staple of the province of Perugia, and has been compared to some of history’s first examples of unleavened bread (traditionally, torta sul testo was baked on earthenware). As if it couldn’t get tastier, this authentic Italian flatbread gets stuffed with greens (like spinach or broccoli rabe), or is served plain with a side of Pecorino cheese or olives. Delizioso!

Damper — Australia

Leave it to the land down unda’ to create a flatbread in the coals of a campfire in bush country (how cool is that?). Damper is an iconic Australian unleavened bread made from wheat flour, and can be tied to stockmen who traversed the wilds caring for livestock, outfitted with only the most basic rations (typically, flour, sugar and tea). This bread from the outback was often eaten with a simple gold-colored syrup combining cane sugar and water called “cocky’s joy” (seriously), but today can be enjoyed from the bakery with jam or even vegemite.

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Stuffed Flatbreads Across the Countries

Here is a compilation of 14 mouthwatering stuffed flatbreads from around the world.

Flatbreads are flattened bread usually prepared with unleavened flour. Though most flatbreads use unleavened flour, there are a few exceptions.

When flatbreads are stuffed either with a vegetable or a meat filling, it not only enhances the flavor but also makes it a hearty snack and a meal. There are sweet and savory stuffed flatbreads in almost all cuisines.

It is amazing how similar some of the flatbreads across the countries are, despite the distance. Some of the these taste a lot similar to Indian stuffed paratha, though the preparation varies.

Here is a list of 14 must try stuffed bread recipes from across the world, contributed by 5 bloggers including yours truly. Most of the recipes in this list are from Asia, middle East and Europe.

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Those with a creative eye know firsthand that inspiration is all around us. Whether you're energized by the earth tones of nature, a color-filled walk through a local farmer's market, or even by a quick scroll through Instagram, you never know what might spark a new creative project.

In the spirit of inspiring your next masterpiece, we're excited to partner with Bounty to fuel the next generation of artists and designers forward by launching a national design competition. We're calling on graphic designers to apply for a chance to see their work featured on a new Brit + Co and Bounty paper towel collection, set to launch in 2022.

Aside from the incredible exposure of having your illustrations on paper towels that'll be in stores across America next year, you'll also receive $5,000 for your art a scholarship for Selfmade, our 10-week entrepreneurship accelerator to take your design career to the next level (valued at $2,000) and a stand alone feature on Brit + Co spotlighting your artistry as a creator.

The Creatively You Design Competition launches Friday, May 21, 2021 and will be accepting submissions through Monday, June 7, 2021.


Who Should Apply: Women-identifying graphic designers and illustrators. (Due to medium limitations, we're not currently accepting design submissions from photographers or painters.)

What We're Looking For: Digital print and pattern designs that reflect your design aesthetic. Think optimistic, hopeful, bright — something you'd want to see inside your home.

How To Enter: Apply here, where you'll be asked to submit 2x original design files you own the rights to for consideration. Acceptable file formats include: .PNG, .JPG, .GIF, .SVG, .PSD, and .TIFF. Max file size 5GB. We'll also ask about your design inspiration and your personal info so we can keep in touch.

Artist Selection Process: Panelists from Brit + Co and P&G Bounty's creative teams will judge the submissions and select 50 finalists on June 11, 2021 who will receive a Selfmade scholarship for our summer 2021 session. Then, up to 8 artists will be selected from the finalists and notified on June 18, 2021. The chosen designers will be announced publicly in 2022 ahead of the product launch.

For any outstanding contest Qs, please see our main competition page. Good luck & happy creating!

Cooking Class - Modern Flatbreads From Around the World

Social Distancing Friendly

Get ready to Join Chef Andrew for a culinary experience that is second to "naan."

In this hands-on class with Chef Andrew, you will learn how to prepare four different flatbreads from scratch using fresh, local ingredients and a modern fusion of Italian, Swedish, and Pacific Rim culinary traditions.

Some of the modern flatbreads from around the world you can look forward to constructing during this experience include a smoked salmon and goat cheese Swedish flatbread with fresh dill, an Italian antipasto pesto flatbread featuring house-made mozzarella, a stone-fired naan rainbow flatbread topped with a kaleidoscopic array of fresh vegetables, and so much more!

Guests are welcome to bring wine and beer to enjoy during the class.

Swedish Flat Bread

With smoked salmon, fresh dill, goat cheese, capers and sweet onions

Antipasto Flat Bread

With pesto, mozzarella, artichokes, cured salami and sun dried tomatoes

Rainbow Flat Bread With Stone-Fired Naan

With mozzarella, broccoli, peppers, tomatoes and purple potatoes

Smoked Pork Butt and White Truffle Flat Bread

With wild mushrooms, goat cheese, garlic, tomatoes and Thai basil

  • Minimum Guests 2
  • Maximum Guests 2
  • Meal Courses 4
  • Event Duration 2.5 hours
  • Labels Couples, Date Night, Group, Italian, Pizza Making

Cozymeal guest reviews for this experience

My family and I had a great time at Chef Andrew's class, even though we came in a group of four instead of two, he still made it a very enjoyable evening! The food was amazing and we definitely learned a thing or two about making flatbread. He created a very friendly and welcoming atmosphere while maintaining his professionalism. It was lovely to meet him and it was a great birthday present for my dad! Definitely recommend his class, worth it!

Chef Andrew was awesome - super instructive and made us feel right at home. 10/10 would recommend. He made it an experience we won't forget, and we will definitely be making his delicious recipes at home as well!

One of the best evenings I've ever had! My sister and I had the pleasure of meeting Chef Andrew for the flatbread class. Right from the start, Chef Andrew welcomed us with his spicy Thai shrimp, and then we jumped into the night. His organization of the night's agenda and ingredients, coupled with his approachable demeanor made learning easy and enjoyable. A chef with such an amazing resume, but also a fantastic teacher! My sister and I laughed the whole night, and left with a full belly and new skills. This would make a great date, girls night, etc. Chef Andrew will not disappoint!

Patrice and I arrived early at their lovely cottage and was greeted by Chef Andrew and Barbara with a glass of champagne and a tour of their home. Chef and I had lots in common and we thoroughly enjoyed our conversations. The evening began with knock ‘em dead Hors D’oeuvres and a review of the upcoming menu. Cooking was a kick and we learned many interesting techniques that even enhanced our experienced background. We made several types of flatbreads that would be perfect for entertaining . We highly recommend this class. Chef Andrew is professional, experienced, and a great teacher. We have taken cooking classes all over the world and this has been the most fun. The experience was a great value and should not be missed if you are visiting San Diego!

Cozymeal guest reviews for other experiences with Chef Andrew

Dinner with Chef Andrew was an amazing experience! He is so knowledgeable and a pleasure to talk to. I gifted a cooking class for my wife’s birthday and she was so happy! Thank you chef Andrew and we hope to see you again

The food was excellent. Possibly the best food we've had in years. The plating was lovely and the kitchen was spotless upon their departure. I wish I could have rated the food alone, as it really was outstanding. But unfortunately, there were just so many things to consider regarding service of the meal that couldn't go unnoticed. It started with the chefs arriving 30 minutes before their scheduled time. We had just gotten home and were hardly settled when they arrived, even saying that they were running late. If that had been the case, which it wasn't, there was no contact with me prior to their arrival indicating that they were running behind. Since the dinner was going to be a surprise, this was an awful timing blunder on their part. I had things to prep before they arrived. Further, I was only expecting one chef. A two-person meal wouldn't normally take two chefs to make and I was only planning on having one person present. This was a minor inconvenience since we have been trying to expose ourselves to as few people as possible during the pandemic, but was exacerbated because neither chef was wearing a mask, which goes against the policies of Cozymeal. We're both vaccinated, but are still very conscious of making sure we're not silent spreaders. The experience of a private chef is supposed to be one in which the chef is almost not present. But Chef Andrew made himself very known while he was there, in what was unfortunately consistently uncomfortable. He repeatedly referred to my friend as a romantic partner several times, despite being corrected each time, discussed "immigrants from Mexico" as being dangerous and possibly breaking into our home, clearly not considering that we're Mexican and might take offense to that, and discussed how ridiculous it was that "everything is closed" because of the pandemic, which was a topic we were actually trying to actively avoid. He additionally discussed his own relationship with Chef Barbara, seemed a little full of himself, and interrupted us several times to begin random conversation. The service left so much to be desired. I wish I could have even rated them a four, but the outright unprofessional topics of conversation, passive racism, blind assumptions about our relationship, and narcissistic boasting, on top of consistent interruption and poorly timed arrival was just too much to ignore.

Chef Andrew is Amazing point blank period, It was my wife and I six year anniversary, Chef Andrew Did more then just cooked he gave us art on a plate, are surf and turf dinner was out of this world, thank you Chef you’ll hear from us real soon thank you.

Dinner with Chef Andrew was fantastic! He’s a great teacher, and the food was delicious. We thoroughly enjoyed his hospitality and the entire experience. Highly recommend!

Chef Andrew & his Bride are frankly the best of the best. They were early, food was excellent and their genuine warmth made our 11 year anniversary even more special. Looking forward to next visit.

My husband and I booked a pasta making experience with Chef Andrew and we had so much fun. Delicious food, welcoming atmosphere, and a knowledgeable chef were the right ingredients for a great date night.

Chef Andrew was Fantastic. A truly wonderful experience and lovely to speak with, food was spectacular. We plan on booking Chef Andrew again soon!

The cooking experience with Chef Andrew was wonderful! He made us feel so welcomed and comfortable, the food was delicious, the ambiance was so fun, shared some awesome stories and laughs, and overall one of the best nights we have had! 100% recommend :))

Chef Andrew was absolutely fabulous for the entire experience. The food was prepared beautifully, and Andrew made the entire experience very fun. Thank you.

This was an amazing experience, Chef Andrew and Barbara were great hosts. They welcomed us with champagne, and prepared a romantic table with candles and flowers. Cooking was really fun and we got tons of leftovers. Chef Andrew has a lot of fun stories, impossible to be bored. Dessert in the backyard by the fire was the perfect end for the night. I would recommend this experience.

Chef Andrew Selz was amazing. We had such an awesome time making our food and having great conversation with him. We learned so much valuable knowledge from him!! He is so friendly and fun my boyfriend and I had the best time learning how to make pasta with him - we even had extra to take home! Chef Andrew is such an accredited chef, he has been on food network! Look him up before you go! His chef partner Barbara made the most amazing sorbet which we enjoyed by their backyard fire. We had such a great experience and we are looking forward to doing it again. !

My boyfriend and I had an amazing time at Chef Andrew’s! His hospitality, energy, and passion were unmatched. Not only did he teach us how to cook a delicious dinner, he treated us like family and ensured the entire night was perfect. My favorite part was eating dessert by the fire pit outside! Highly recommend this experience.

Chef Andrew was a wonderful host. The meal experience was very interactive and the end result was a wonderful meal. Would definetelly come again.

My Fiance and I had an amazing time with Chef Andrew! We are both huge foodies and it was such a pleasure to learn to make and eat this delicious food. Chef Andrew and his business partner Barbara went above and beyond to take care of us for the entire evening, including unwinding with a dessert by the fire! We had so much fun and will not soon forget!

Chef Andrew was incredible from beginning to end. He was so gracious and he was an absolute master of his craft. When a person attends a cooking class, there is a natural expectation that the instructor be a good chef, but I dont think I realized that this was an opportunity to learn from a literal world-class chef. For as much as Chef Andrew was an incredible instructor, he's an even better man. I enjoyed spending time learning about him and his life just as much as the class. Naturally, the food was amazing. Every dish was delicious, and specifically, the Gnocchi was the best I've ever had in my life. I would take his class 100 times over and I will definitely be signing up for more classes in the future. Thank you, chef for the incredible opportunity to learn in your kitchen.

This was me and my fiancé’s first time doing something like this and we couldn’t have picked a better chef! Chef Andrew was waiting for us outside of the door to greet us. He was very organized and had everything ready to go for us! Me and my fiancé were expecting to have fun, and we ended up having an AMAZING night. The communication, the hospitality, and the food couldn’t have been better. If you truly want to do classes through CozyMeal, pick chef Andrew! You won’t regret it and your night will be very enjoyable.

Chef Andrew was amazing! Very inviting and informative. Highly recommend for a date night or get together with friends. Highly highly recommend.

This experience hosted by Chef Andrew was nothing short of amazing! He was very professional and gave us tons of tips on how to be a better cook throughout the night. The three dishes were all absolutely delicious and I've been thinking about the Gnocchi every since. It was our first time making pasta and with the help of Chef Andrew it was effortless! We'll definitely be trying to make homemade pasta again soon. After we finished cooking the meals he had us sit at the table so he could serve us the dishes one by one. They were all to die for! After dinner we sat by the fire outside and his business partner, Barbra, surprised us with a homemade mango sorbet. I highly recommend booking a cooking class with him!!

Chef Andrew is legendary! He is a genuinely talented chef and quite a character. From start to finish, Chef Andrew showed us how to make three delicious pastas and sauces and Chef Barbara treated us with pineapple mango sorbet. Hands down, it is an amazing experience, don't think twice about booking. My girlfriend says it has been one of her favorite date nights.

This was honestly such a strange and in a lot of ways a deeply uncomfortable experience. All I will say is that if you are a female and / or in any way sensitive to inappropriate pats on the back, a slew of incredibly sexist jokes (including, but limited to, how women must maintain their nails, support men to be successful, beg their boyfriends to stop playing golf, and beg to be married), and even inappropriately placed political commentary, then I’d recommend you spare yourself from this experience. It’d do Chef Andrew well to educate himself on professionalism and courtesy both in general and in particular regarding what is acceptable treatment towards women and just stop touching your students (this should be common sense). These were some of the more uncomfortable hours of my life in recent memory and I hope to soon forget this class. Spare yourself.

Chef Andrew was absolutely wonderful! He is very flexible and able to communicate quickly. If I could give him 10/10 I would but there is only 5 stars. He has so many great tips and tricks and will make you feel welcome as soon as you walk through the door with a glass of champagne waiting for you! The whole experience is amazing, I highly recommend you giving cooking classes a shot!

Chef Andrew was extremely welcoming and created the perfect ambiance for my boyfriend and I. We were greeted with champagne and after a quick tour, got to cooking. Chef made sure we were conformable and allowed us the space to create a wonderful meal. This was the best date night ever and we will absolutely recommend this experience to our family and friends! You are in for a treat if you book this event with Chef Andrew!

Our time with Chef Andrew was an amazing experience. We cooked and had dinner in his home which was extremely hospitable. We had never done anything like this before so this was very unique for us and didn't quite know what to expect. Andrew started us off with a short tour of his home and some Champagne. The magic happened in his kitchen where it was cozy but he had streamlined the process so that we weren't interfering with each other. I felt there was a perfect balance of what the Chef had prepared ahead of time and what we completed in the evening. For amateurs like ourselves, the tasks he had us do were not too easy or difficult. Chef Andrew made a point to explain things along the way as he hoped we would leave there being better cooks, which we are. After dinner, he prepared coffee and tea to our liking and served it to us in front of a fire (which he had managed to keep going all while we were cooking) in his beautiful backyard. Chef Andrew is a wonderful cook, teacher, and personality.

Chef Andrew and his business partner Chef Barbara were outstanding. They made our anniversary so special, and we had a fantastic time learning Chef Andrew's beautiful recipes. Our evening was finished with fireside coffee service. We were unsure of what to expect from this experience, but we were so happy with the intimate and comfortable setting. For anyone that wants to try this, we would both highly recommend it. You won't be sorry.

NI usually dont write reviews but this experience was just phenomenal! Nothing short of amazing!! Well exceeded my expectations. I wanted to surprise my husband for his 30th birthday and wanted to do something memorable. Im so glad I chose cozymeal with Chef Andrew because this was hands down one of the greatest experiences of our lives. Chef Andrew is not only an amazing cook, he's an excellent instructor! Patient and very knowledgeable. Hes a great conversationalist and makes you feel at home! To add to the experience, he has 2 fire pits in his backyard which makes you feel like you're on a private island! We enjoyed our dessert sitting I front of one while listening to the waterfall entering the pool. Icant wait until our next experience! If I could give 10 stars, I would!

I spent the evening with Chef Andrew as a surprise Christmas gift for my boyfriend. Because of Andrew, I basically won Christmas. The entire evening was amazing. The entire meal was handcrafted based on my requests. While we could participate as much or as little as we wanted, I can tell you that you want to roll up your sleeves and get in there with the chef. He’s warm, conversational and knows how to tailor the experience based on experience levels. I’ve taken cooking classes around the world and consider myself someone who “kinda knows what they are doing”. but Chef Andrew went above and beyond our expectations. From the custom menu, to the surprise amuse bouche and then the amazing backyard (fire pits. Glowing swimming pool. ) I could not have asked for a more wonderful way to spend the evening. Please don’t hesitate to try out a meal with Chef Andrew. I promise you will not only fill your tummies but also your soul.

We had a wonderful experience with Chef Andrew! He provided the best quality ingredients and he was a wonderful host! We were even able to enjoy our dessert at his backyard next to a warm fire. He was so meticulous and put so much thought into helping us create our meals. I would definitely recommend to anyone.

Chef Andrew strives to create a memorable and fun time, and he accomplishes that every step of the way. He takes his time to teach, and allows the customer to be hands on. One of the most enjoyable experiences of my life.

Chef Andrew was so inviting, he is a pleasure to be around. He demonstrated how to make his menu in great detail, and showed many amazing tips and tricks along the way. The food he prepared was not only healthy and easy to follow but super delicious as well! His presentation was a craft within itself. I would highly recommend Chef Andrew! Chef Andrew has a great spot for entertaining, the backyard is beautiful, perfect for a BBQ! There is plenty of parking, it is very clean and he can host many people.

Guest reviews for Chef Andrew

Chef Andrew was part of a business event I hosted at my home in San Juan Capistrano. His warm, generous, fun and friendly participation absolutely made this event a memorable one. His knowledge of food, educational approach to food and nutrition was the all the talk among attendees. I've already received many requests to book Chef Andrew for my next event in January. Chef was well prepared, informative, and entertaining and his dishes were absolutely stunning! Chef Andrew, thank you so much for helping make the event such a memorable experience. I can not wait to have you join us at my next event in 2020. Your a true culinary rock star!

Chef Andrew was able to create a wonderful event. His knowledge of the foods, his creative style and overall enjoyable personality made for a wonderful experience. He was able to take such simple and healthful ingredients and create a wonderful menu. I highly recommend Chef Andrew. You and your guests will have a wonderful meal and experience! His outdoor location is a perfect spot for a small gathering.

Chef Andrew prepared a wonderful barbecue for my family event! There were several meat and poultry entrees along with delicious well-appointed sides. All carefully prepared, timed perfectly, presented beautifully and devoured quickly! I would highly recommend Chef Andrew!

What an amazing class with Chef Andrew. I learned so much, and had tons of fun. I would definitely do it again. Chef Andrew is an amazing culinary instructor. Chef Andrew was patient, and explained everything in easy terms. Chef Andrew gave me the knowledge and confidence to created any dish. It was a memorable experience I hope to repeat soon.

Chef Andrew has prepared for us a delicious meal with an excellent presentation. His culinary skills are only superseded by his warm smile and personable attitude. My husband and I would highly recommend Chef Andrew for an enjoyable, tasteful and comfortable experience.

Moroccan white bread has a round, flattish shape similar to pita. It traditionally used for scooping up tagines, but makes an excellent sandwich bread, too. To achieve its unique, slightly coarse texture, use bread flour or another high-gluten flour blend.

Pão de queijo

These chewy balls of cheesy bread are the favourite breakfast snack of Brazil – and soon to be yours too! They’re like cheesy mini muffins or bread rolls with a delightfully soft centre – and the best part? They’re incredibly easy to make and require no yeast or rising time with this quick pão de queijo recipe.

They do need to be made with tapioca flour (which you can find at most supermarkets and is gluten-free) and the other ingredients are simple – just milk, butter, eggs, salt and cheese. Mix up the dough, shape into balls and pop them in the oven until crispy and golden, and you’ve got yourself the perfect cheesy bread snack. Our tip? Sprinkle them with grated cheese before baking for extra-cheesy pão de queijo. Delicious!

  1. Put the flour and salt into a bowl.
  2. Next, slowly add the water while stirring in with your hand to form a dough.
  3. Sprinkle some flour onto your work surface, then put the dough on the flour.
  4. Add the olive oil to the dough, before kneading for five minutes.
  5. Divide the dough into six balls.
  6. Roll each dough ball into a round, flat shape.
  7. Heat a little oil in a small frying pan and spread around the pan using kitchen paper.
  8. Cook each flatbread for two minutes on each side until it puffs up a little and has some brown patches from contact with the pan.
  9. If you want soft flatbreads, you can now serve.

An alternative to white flatbreads is wholemeal flatbreads. These are just as simple to make as white flatbreads.

Preparation time 5 minutes
Cooking time 2 minutes for each flatbread
Servings 6
Vegetarian/ Vegan recipe Yes
Gluten-free recipe NO
Dairy-free recipe Yes

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The 11 Best Types Of Pizzas From Around The World

From deep dish to Neapolitan, take a tour of the globe in pie form.

Pizza is the stuff of gods. It's a dish that truly brings people together to share cheesy, greasy carb-loaded goodness. And no matter who you are or where you're from, there's probably a particular way you like your slice. Check out the best pies from around the globe:

1. Italy

Neapolitan pizza consist of four simple elements: hand-formed crusts, San Marzano tomatoes, legit mozzarella di bufala, and basil. That's it.

2. New York

New York-style pies mean thin but still pillowy crusts with a crispy bottom (from a coal- or wood-fired oven), tomato sauce, and mozzarella cheese. They're often enormous and produce slices bigger than your head. The city's history with pizza is well-rooted: America's first pizzeria, Lombardi's, opened on Spring Street in Little Italy way back in 1905.

3. Chicago

Never before has "pie" been a more appropriate synonym for pizza than in Chi-Town. Here, deep dish has a cult following thanks to gobs upon gobs of cheese, a generous shower of toppings, and a goliath wall of crust.

4. Finland

Pizza Berlusconi is a bit out there. In addition to pretty standard toppings like tomato, cheese, chanterelle mushrooms, and red onions, it includes smoked reindeer.

5. France

Tarte flamée is the Alsatian equivalent of pizza. It's a super thin crust topped with crème fraîche, sliced onions, and lardons (cubed or sliced pork fat that's similar to bacon).

6. Germany

Flammkuchen is similar to France's take on pizza because it's also topped with crème fraîche, but the German version uses smoked bacon, and fromage blanc or quark (which is similar to yogurt).

7. Hungary

Carb and cheese lovers, get yourselves to Hungary. Here, pizza is super doughy, super cheesy, and super garlicky. Lángos is also slathered in sour cream and extra cheese. Mmm.

8. Japan

Okonomiyaki is a cross between a savory pancake and pizza. It's a genius combination whose garnishes vary by region, but you can typically find cabbage, pork, bonito fish flakes, an egg, and okonomiyaki sauce.

9. Lebanon

Pizza for breakfast? We're so down. In Lebanon, spicy flatbread is a given in the morning. Dressed simply in oil and spices, this flatbread is called manakish and it looks divine.

10. Poland

Street food is a pilar of good eats in Poland and this pizza-sandwich hybrid&mdasha.k.a Zapiekanka&mdashis no exception. The hand pie is essentially a baguette that's been covered in cheese, mustard, onion, and mushrooms and then baked. And it's finished with ketchup.

11. Spain

This pretty flatbread is called coca and it's traditionally topped with Spanish sausage and an array of vegetables. It tends to have much more oil than its American counterpart, but we're definitely not complaining.

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Mediterranean Flatbread for #SundaySupper

A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away… Well, actually it was a few years ago and in a Florida kitchen. A college-bound girl said a few simple words: “What I’ll miss most is our Sunday Supper”. Little did she know her words would be the catalyst that would cause her mom to start a movement. Since then her mom has united people around the world to bring back Sunday Supper around the family table. She also inspired me with many things including her flatbread recipes. In her honor, I made Mediterranean Flatbread to celebrate the first National Sunday Supper month.

Who is this movement starting mom? It is my friend Isabel Laessig, aka Family Foodie, founder of the Sunday Supper Movement and Food and Wine Conference. I’ve watched Sunday Supper grow from Isabel’s very first tweet asking people what they were cooking for #SundaySupper. To see a simple hashtag reach go from a few to millions is astonishing and definitely worth celebrating.

It’s way more than a hashtag. It is all the people, recipes, stories, adventures, and events that inspire cooking and enjoying a family meal. The hashtag ties all of those things together throughout the internet on blogs and social media. I am proud to be a part of it all since the beginning. I brought Pear and Stilton Salad to the first virtual progressive Sunday Supper back on January 8, 2012.

About the Mediterranean Flatbread: It’s an easy meal you can make in a few minutes. The most involved is cutting and slicing. Using pre-made, store-bought flatbread makes it super easy. The same with pesto. Toppings are artichoke hearts, olives, onion, bell pepper, capers, and garlic. They are lightly dressed with olive oil and red wine vinegar. Oh, and there is feta cheese too. Yummy!

Celebrations call for food and beverages. Scroll down to find a list of recipes to kick off National Sunday Supper Month in a tasty way. And what a list it is! It will be fun to read the story behind each recipe or what Sunday Supper means to them. Cheers to all and especially Isabel for bringing us together around a big virtual family table!

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