a Sweet Tradition
Italian desserts range from puddings, to pastries, cookies, biscuits, ice creams and more.
On this page you will find information on both more and less known typical italian products, as usual, proposed with a special focus on their history and what makes them uniquely and desirably italian.
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"Scandure du Tecciu" is the name of a special kind of italian biscuit, which are prepared using a flour made out of chestnuts that are dried following a traditional and ancient procedure.
"Amaretti di Caposele"
Despite their name, these are most likely not like any amaretti you ever tasted.This is because the "Amaretti di Caposele" are not produced with almonds, but with hazelnuts from the woods surrounding Caposele.This is a unique variety of product, only produced in Caposele, and with a special, delicate, sweet taste.
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