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A Sicilian Sausage Bread Goes by Many Names

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Alice in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, says her Sicilian husband’s family enjoys a kind of sausage bread called binulata, which is made from dough rolled up with sausage, cheese, onions, and olives. Names for versions of this traditional dish include imbriulata, mbriulata, mignolata, miscata, miscate, amiscata, mpignolati, briolate, and bignolati. It is believed that the word goes back to Greek embryon, suggesting the idea of something “enclosed within a casing.” This is part of a complete episode.

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