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St. Joseph’s Cookies With Vanilla Pastry Cream

St. Joseph’s Cookies With Vanilla Pastry Cream

Their half-moon shape reminds of fresh pasta ravioli, but raviole, at the female, are dry biscuits typical of Bologna. Today, instead of the traditional ones, filled with mostarda Bolognese, I preferred St. Joseph's cookies with pastry cream. St. Joseph’s cookies. On the blog, also find  the more traditional recipe for raviole , the biscuits made on the…

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Savory Parmigiano Reggiano Cookies And Tastes of Emilia

Savory Parmigiano Reggiano Cookies And Tastes of Emilia

Parmigiano cookies. A recipe that has been part of my repertoire for many years. Ever since I moved to Bologna two decades and a handful of years ago and, as a Bolognese-Romagnola raised on piadina (a typical flatbread of Romagna) and tortellini (as I was born in Imola, where Emilia ends and Romagna begins and vice versa),…

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St. Joseph's Raviole, The Cookies of Bologna

St. Joseph’s Raviole, The Cookies of Bologna

Welcome to Bologna. A city where the same name may indicate a fresh pasta or something sweet. So it happens that in Bologna there are sweet versions of tortellini, tagliatelle, tortelli and ravioli (but just ravioli become raviole, by taking the female name). For example, tortellini are little chocolates, tagliatelle and tortelli are also fried Carnival sweets.…

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