These crispy cookies are made with hazelnuts and eggs—and called Brutti Ma Buoni: literally, “Ugly But Good.” But they are really more plain-looking than “ugly,” and pack a powerful, sweet, nutty burst of flavor, making them welcome at any table
Almond paste cookies come in a whole slew of fanciful varieties. They are either made with a prepared almond paste, commerciallyThe almond paste method is really simple: it means first processing equal amounts of almonds and sugar together, then mixing in unbeaten egg white. If you are gluten free, I recommend using this latter method, because commercial...
The almond-pastes pastries are typical Sicilian cakes, made with simple and natural ingredients: almonds, sugar and egg whites, without the addition of any coloring or preservative. The almond-pastes pastries are definitely one of the most representative Sicilian pastries. Each dough is wrapped individually in order to preserve its fragrance and freshness.
Our dove is prepared respecting the ancient natural process sourdough. This sweet closes the traditional Easter dinner with the eggs of chocolate, because since time remote, is that the dove egg is given a strong symbolic of peace, love and rebirth
This Colomba is made with wild berries.
Here's another way to celebrate Easter with food - the traditional Italian Easter cake the ‘Colomba’ - a dove-shaped cake that symbolises peace. The Colomba (‘Dove’) symbolises the role two doves played during the battle of Legnano in 1176, won by the common Lombardi against the emperor of Germany.
The Story of the Dove Cake is an Easter legend. Once there was a king who wanted to capture a city. His horse did not cooperated and would not enter battle. While trying to get his horse to charge through the city, a young girl offered the horse a piece of cake that was shaped like a dove, the bird of peace. Upon receiving this gift, the king decided not...
Confectionery is a preparation used in the preparation of various sweet Sicilian cuisine.