Sweet what you live, Sephardic pastry
Today a new book is presented in society with which we can learn more about Sephardic pastries. The book Dulce lo vivas offers a compilation of pastry recipes collected in different parts of the world.
In the case of our country, Sephardic gastronomy has been deeply rooted over several centuries, today there are still various recipes that, although many believe they have Spanish origin, actually have a Jewish origin.
The book in question offers known and unknown recipes, sesame cookies, Shavuot jarabillos or recipes whose name infuses us with a more artisan and familiar elaboration, Tita Hortensia's almond cake, etc.
We believe that it can be an interesting book, we will learn to make special recipes and we will know a little more about Sephardic cuisine and culture. Its price is around 18 euros and you can buy it at any bookstore or online.
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