village bread

07:17 Mar 10, 2014
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English language (monolingual) [PRO]
Food & Drink / Restaurant menu
English term or phrase: village bread

The complete name of the dish (from the Pasta & Risotto" section) is:
*Selection of Italian cold cuts, served with mini-grilled village bread bruschetta and breadsticks*

I wonder whether *village bread* refers to a specific type of bread (but I couldn't find much supporting information on the Web). Could it nevertheless be a synonym of *farmhouse bread*?

Otherwise, should it be understood literally, ie *bread from the village* or *local bread*. Another dish is "market fish of the day", which shows that this restaurant is sourcing local products.

What do you think?

Thank you very much
Local time: 00:21

3 +5farm bread, local bread
Edith Kelly
3marketing term
Václav Pinkava

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farm bread, local bread

to my knowledge, living 20 km away from Italy and eating in Italy very often, this is simply local bread, farmhouse bread, home-baked bread .... take your pick.

Edith Kelly
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agree  P.L.F.Persio: yes, 100%. /Yes, but this is a very good answer and it'll be useful to someone else in the future.
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  -> thanks for your agree but question is closed now

agree  Thayenga: Absolutely. Even though the question is closed, it's still the correct translation. :)
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agree  Amel Abdullah
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agree  Manescu Alexandra
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agree  Sabine Akabayov, PhD
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marketing term

Just another, more original way of playing the "homely" marketing card.

Václav Pinkava
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