bread en Inglés
n. type of food made from baked wheat; money (Slang)
v. abuse, injure, harm, mistreat; tease, taunt, mock
One of the simplest but most delicious things you can eat in Morocco is bread.
Their bread is unleavened and very flat, something similar to pancakes, except salty.
Furthermore, Moroccan people use bread instead of cutlery, scooping food with it rather than helping themselves with a fork, knife or spoon.
And so there’s “panaderías” for bread,“pescaderías” for fish…
"We cannot live on bread alone," the soldiers would often complain.
And so there’s “panaderías” for bread, “pescaderías” for fish…
The grains were ground and used to make breads, porridge and pastas.
Sometimes at midnight we would tip-toe down into the palace’s great kitchens to steal sweetened breads and honey.
“After that,” continued the Hatter, “I prepared another piece of bread and butter...”
“I believe so,” Alice replied thoughtfully. “They have their tails in their mouths; and they are covered in bread crumbs.”