How do Italians cut their bread?
The same way as everyone else does........with a knife.
Yes, Italians eat pita bread. They have access to the flat-breaded traditions of eastern and southern Mediterranean cultures through their experiences with Arabic- and Greek-speaking immigrants and Trojan refugees. But they also make such pita bread equivalents as focaccia, pane caserau, piadina, and schiacciata.
The proper way to butter and eat bread is to take a knife and place it in soft butter (hard butter will tear the bread) and cover the bread with butter up to the crust of the bread; then one can either cut the bread in half or eat it as a whole piece. Etiquette, when out in public dictates that one should cut the bread in half.
they traditionally eat pasta, rissoles, pizza, salads, seafood, rich wine, bread rice ,meat, and so on. The Italians love their food and they take great pride in serving the best for you so no picking out the bits you don't like (aye). xx traditional include pizza, pasta, rich wine, raviolis, bread. Italians love their food and take a great deal for effort to make it so when you get served don't pick out the bad…
* Cut two slices of bread. * Cut three or four thin slices of ham. * Lightly butter the bread. * Fold the ham slices in half and place them on the bread, overlapping them slightly. * Spread a little mustard onto the ham. If the mustard is hot, then not too much. * Put the second slice of bread on top * Cut into the desired shape and remove crusts if you like.