• Then there’s that ever-important staple. A symbol of hospitality, upon entering an Uzbek household as a guest, you’ll always be offered a piece of bread, torn from the loaf rather than sliced. In the markets, it’s often sold from old baby carriages, and typically comes in flat, round loaves. Each has a design on top that specifies exactly which baker made it, which we thought was pretty neat.

Photography by Theodore Kaye

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