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Written by Larry Aiello   
Sunday, 19 December 2010 15:23

A long-time Christmas tradition, especially in Sicily, is to serve the sweet and tasty torrone (literally “big tower”).

Legend has it that it was invented for a medieval wedding in the Italian city of Cremona. It was shaped into a tower, to serve as a wedding cake. It is now one of the main industries in Cremona, and it is exported to many parts of the world.

Here is a simple torrone recipe you can use to make it yourself!



0 #1 Linda Valentino 2011-10-05 01:13
VERY YUMMY... I made some for last christmas this was great, We love this larry1 :lol:

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