Category dessert - Gran Caffè Gambrinus

Desserts

Fruit tart: queen of the spring table

Fruit tart: queen of the spring table

by Simona Vitagliano Crunchy, tasty, genuine, colorful, the fruit tart is the queen of the spring table and is irresistible in all its variations. It is a classic recipe of our country, the dessert that is offered at every occasion because it is known that it can...

Tiramisu Coffee

Tiramisu Coffee

Article written by Michele Sergio and published in Rome on 22 December 2019 Known all over the world, it has become one of the sweet symbols of the pastry shop in the Bel Paese, conquering, thanks to its simplicity, young and old, over time it has managed to convince...

Pastiera VS Cassata: a sweet duel

Pastiera VS Cassata: a sweet duel

by Simona Vitagliano If in the collective imagination the Sicilian cassata certainly becomes part of the Christmas food scenario, as far as the pastiera is concerned, many think that it is a purely Easter dessert, although it is not uncommon to find it also proposed...

The canary: the digestive for Christmas holidays!

The canary: the digestive for Christmas holidays!

by Simona Vitagliano It is said that the grandmother's remedies continue to prove to be miraculous, even in the era in which medicine and pharmacology have made great strides; almost always, in fact, it is an absolute truth. In view of the upcoming Christmas holidays,...

Pastiera: origins of a gluttony

Pastiera: origins of a gluttony

"A Napule regnava Ferdinando ca passava e' jurnate zompettiando; Mentr' invece a' mugliera, ‘Onna Teresa, steva sempe arraggiata. A' faccia appesa, o' musso luongo, nun redeva maje, comm'avess passate tanta guaje. Nù bellu juorno Amelia, a' cammeriera, le dicette:...

Zeppole of St. Joseph: origins and curiosities

Zeppole of St. Joseph: origins and curiosities

Prelibatezza for the eyes and for the palate, the zeppole of St. Joseph delights Neapolitan and Italian on the day when the celebrations of the saint and the Father's Day occur. But what are the origins of this unique and special dessert? History What is certainly...

The cannolo revolution from Arabia to Sicily

The cannolo revolution from Arabia to Sicily

The Sicilian cannoli is a classic specialty of Italian pastry, and consists of a fried wafer filled with sheep's milk ricotta, now famous all over the world. Of ancient origins dating back to the Arab domination in Sicily, it was prepared to celebrate the carnival,...