Sunday, July 24, 2016

Info about, for or on the most popular Italian dessert items


Here are some links about, for or on the most popular Italian dessert items:

  • DOLCE: ITALIAN DESSERT RECIPES – "The meal isn’t over in Italy until something sweet, or dolce, hits the tongue. Go simple with fresh fruit and biscotti, or step it up with a rich Italian indulgence." – Source: Cooking Channel – "SHOWS | CHEFS & HOSTSRECIPES | VIDEOS | BLOG | Grilling HQ"
  • Easy Italian Dessert Recipes  – "There are many easy Italian dessert recipes and Italian drinks . The easiest are the box cake mix recipes and those are pictured in the photo gallery to the right. You use the mix, add a couple of things and you get that unique Italian flavor. The Italian Rum Cake Recipe is one my Italian grandma used for years, and I've been making it for 25 years myself. Each month it is in the top 5 most viewed Italian cakes I have on my site. The key thing you are looking for is that unique Italian FLAVOR - and you can get decent flavor and texture the easy way when you are short on time by using any of these box cake mix recipes..." – Lisa Marietta Gianotti – "About" – Source: ITALIAN DESSERT RECIPES by Lisa Marietta Gianotti – "Make the real stuff - no pretenders!"
  • Italian Desserts – "Now Over 300 Recipes for Italian Desserts" – "This is our collection of Italian dessert recipes for everyday, holidays, seasons of the year, and special occasions." – "" – Source: Mangia Bene Pasta – "Chi mangia bene, vive bene / Who eats well. lives well"  – "Your place for traditional Italian recipes"
  • Italian Desserts – "Need Italian dessert recipes? Find easy to make Italian dessert recipes for your next meal or holiday gathering." – "About Us" – Source: Taste of Home – "BESTLOVED RECIPES FROM HOME COOKS LIKE YOU"
  • Quick Italian Desserts Recipes – "About Yummly" Source: Yummly – "The Best Site for Recipes"
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  • Delicious traditional Italian dessert – "There are as many traditional Italian desserts as Italian cities and towns, often the result of cultural stratifications occurred over the centuries. It is therefore impossible to list all desserts you could bump into from the north to south of Italy. As per many Italian products, some traditional desserts are often known only within a few miles. They are rare gems... even among Italians. . ." – "About Us" – Source: – "Indulge in La Dolce Vita. . ."
  • Italian Desserts (Dolci) – "Professional bakeries began appearing in Italy around the 2nd century BC. Schools were put in place to teach technique to aspiring bakers. While Italian desserts today feature many unique ingredients, desserts in earlier times were very plain. Sugar wasn’t introduced until the Middle Ages and chocolate came to Italy in the 16th century.  Different desserts were born for different reasons in Italy. Some dry cookie-like desserts were thought to be made for sailors who needed long lasting food items to take on their voyages. Other more elaborate desserts were created to commemorate important historic events or holidays in Italy. Many of these recipes have been passed down through families for generations. Great care is taken to preserve their traditional characteristics.  Across Italy, regional variations to desserts can be found. From biscotti and amaretti, to the elaborate creations such as tiramisù, pandoro, and panettone, the Italians are in no shortage for confectionary creativity. Italian desserts, candy, and chocolate are in a class of their own." – May 13, 2011 – By Davide – Source: Guida Garrubbo® – " the art and science of italian cooking® / l'arte e la scienza della cucina italiana" – In English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Spanish
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That's it for Sunday, 24 July2016: domenica, 24 luglio 2016

Ciao, Ben

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