This bread is so good.
It is from Tufara Valle and Carmine is doing the cutting. You can see how big the loaves are. It was still hot from the oven when he bought it home.
You can buy Italian wood-oven bread here, but it is still a simulacra, as it lacks the moist fluffiness within to some extent.
The closest I have eaten to it in Australia is in Adelaide when I was a kid. My grandparents used to buy bread from a family on their street who baked it in their own backyard oven.
As this set of grandparents came from Tufara Valle and immigrants often clustered together, it would not surprise me if the bakers were related. One day, we stopped being able to buy the bread, because the family was reported for running an illegal business.