Greek Bread

One of the many reason we miss Lamb’s Grill Cafe of Salt Lake City is that it accompanied its meals with what was called Greek bread. Cut from a yeasty, lightweight loaf sprinkled with sesame seeds, it was at once wispy and chewy – wonderful spread with soft butter and an ideal mop for gravy.

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