Thursday, 24 February 2022

Biscotti and “The Blissful Feast” by Teresa Lust – Part 1 – Reading 9

Most countries in the world (worldwide) familiar to the Italian foods. We see how pizza and pasta take over the world.

Some Italian cuisines could be adapted from his foreign countries in the past or long long time ago.



Fig 01- Biscotti for breakfast

However, Italian people created the gourmets with their imagination so that their taste and creations became their own signatures.

The world loves the creativity and the simplicity of Italian foods, no wonder in some places Italian cuisines have been adjusted and re-created with local tastes.

Many modifications of Italian foods around the worlds, just few of them are:

- pizzas
- and pastas



Fig 02- Baby tree, illustration only



Fig 03- Just for illustration



Fig 04- A Blissful Feast by Teresa Lust.

Indeed, Italian cuisines also have flexibility in ingredient compositions and serving.

Now, hazelnut paste that originally from Italy (Piedmont) can be found anywhere.

We are familiar with the hazelnut butter spread, Nutella.

Italian alba truffle from Piedmont is a kind of a luxury truffle for some people in some places.

Biscotti is also familiar around here. In the coffee shops we can find biscotti along the other cookies and pastries for breakfast.

# To be continued to Part 2

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42 comments:

  1. Gostei bastante da publicação!
    .
    Beijos. Boa noite!

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      Biscotti and “The Blissful Feast” by Teresa Lust – Part 1 – Reading 9
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      Most countries in the world (worldwide) familiar to the Italian foods. We see how pizza and pasta take over the world.

      Some Italian cuisines could be adapted from his foreign countries in the past or long long time ago.

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  2. Olá amiga.
    De facto assim é. A cozinha italiana tem uma forte implantação em todo o mundo, e aqui em Portugal não foge à regra. Eu aprecio bastante a Pizza.

    Excelente partilha!

    Beijinhos, e continuação de ótima semana.

    Mário Margaride

    http://poesiaaquiesta.blogspot.com

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  3. Un abrazo y que lindo se ve todo. Besos.

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog
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      Biscotti and “The Blissful Feast” by Teresa Lust – Part 1 – Reading 9
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      Fig 01- Biscotti for breakfast

      However, Italian people created the gourmets with their imagination so that their taste and creations became their own signatures.

      The world loves the creativity and the simplicity of Italian foods, no wonder in some places Italian cuisines have been adjusted and re-created with local tastes.

      Many modifications of Italian foods around the worlds, just few of them are:
      - pizzas
      - and pastas

      Delete
  4. Gostei da postagem!
    Amiga te desejo muita paz e saúde.

    Beijinhos 🌷

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog
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      Biscotti and “The Blissful Feast” by Teresa Lust – Part 1 – Reading 9
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      Fig 04- A Blissful Feast by Teresa Lust.
      Indeed, Italian cuisines also have flexibility in ingredient compositions and serving.

      Now, hazelnut paste that originally from Italy (Piedmont) can be found anywhere.

      We are familiar with the hazelnut butter spread, Nutella.

      Italian alba truffle from Piedmont is a kind of a luxury truffle for some people in some places.

      Biscotti is also familiar around here. In the coffee shops we can find biscotti along the other cookies and pastries for breakfast.

      # To be continued to Part 2

      ## Previous postings:

      - Annual Christmas Parade in Our Neighborhood
      - A Memoir of Chasten Buttigieg – Part 1 – Reading 5
      - Could Botulinum Toxin be Turned to Beneficial Substance? - Part 1 – Science 10

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  5. Me gusta la cocina italiana. Saludos amiga.

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  6. Muy sabroso debe estar ese almendrado bizcocho o biscotti (italiano), de sus recetas más populares todas son encantadoramente deliciosas y nutritivas...gracias por todo ello.
    Un abrazo

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      Biscotti and “The Blissful Feast” by Teresa Lust – Part 1 – Reading 9
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      Most countries in the world (worldwide) familiar to the Italian foods. We see how pizza and pasta take over the world.

      Some Italian cuisines could be adapted from his foreign countries in the past or long long time ago.

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  7. My dear friend.

    I love Italy.

    Thanks for your delighted sharing.

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  8. Olá amiga.
    Passando por aqui, para desejar um feliz fim de semana.
    Beijinhos!

    Mário Margaride

    http://poesiaaquiesta.blogspot.com

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog
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      Biscotti and “The Blissful Feast” by Teresa Lust – Part 1 – Reading 9
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      Fig 01- Biscotti for breakfast

      However, Italian people created the gourmets with their imagination so that their taste and creations became their own signatures.

      The world loves the creativity and the simplicity of Italian foods, no wonder in some places Italian cuisines have been adjusted and re-created with local tastes.

      Many modifications of Italian foods around the worlds, just few of them are:
      - pizzas
      - and pastas

      Delete
  9. La comida italiana me encanta.
    Toda.

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  10. We call the biscotti in the first photo "Cantuccini". In Tuscany the typical post meal is Cantuccini and Vin Santo (Holy Wine).
    The white truffle is special but very expensive. Around here we have the black truffle, also tasty but cheaper.

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    1. I see...


      Thanks to visit my blog
      -
      Biscotti and “The Blissful Feast” by Teresa Lust – Part 1 – Reading 9
      -
      Fig 04- A Blissful Feast by Teresa Lust.
      Indeed, Italian cuisines also have flexibility in ingredient compositions and serving.

      Now, hazelnut paste that originally from Italy (Piedmont) can be found anywhere.

      We are familiar with the hazelnut butter spread, Nutella.

      Italian alba truffle from Piedmont is a kind of a luxury truffle for some people in some places.

      Biscotti is also familiar around here. In the coffee shops we can find biscotti along the other cookies and pastries for breakfast.

      # To be continued to Part 2

      ## Previous postings:

      - Annual Christmas Parade in Our Neighborhood
      - A Memoir of Chasten Buttigieg – Part 1 – Reading 5
      - Could Botulinum Toxin be Turned to Beneficial Substance? - Part 1 – Science 10

      Delete
  11. Realmente, cara amiga,
    A comida italiana
    Faz a mesa soberana;
    E simples – é bom que se diga,
    Visto que é cozinha antiga
    E que há muito de chinês,
    Como o macarrão, talvez
    O prato mais popular
    Da Itália, qual manjar
    Que ao mundo inteiro se fez.

    Bela postagem. Parabéns! Abraço fraterno. Laerte.

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      Biscotti and “The Blissful Feast” by Teresa Lust – Part 1 – Reading 9
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      Most countries in the world (worldwide) familiar to the Italian foods. We see how pizza and pasta take over the world.

      Some Italian cuisines could be adapted from his foreign countries in the past or long long time ago.

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  12. ¡Qué buena pinta tienes el bizcocho! Gracias, te cojo un trozo para mi desayuno a esta hora de la mañana.
    Te mando un beso y que tengas una feliz semana. 🙏❤️😘

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  13. Un rico post.
    Buen domingo.
    Un abrazo.

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog
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      Biscotti and “The Blissful Feast” by Teresa Lust – Part 1 – Reading 9
      -
      Fig 01- Biscotti for breakfast

      However, Italian people created the gourmets with their imagination so that their taste and creations became their own signatures.

      The world loves the creativity and the simplicity of Italian foods, no wonder in some places Italian cuisines have been adjusted and re-created with local tastes.

      Many modifications of Italian foods around the worlds, just few of them are:
      - pizzas
      - and pastas

      Delete
  14. La cocina italiana ya la hemos adoptado como nuestra.
    Buena entrada.
    Besicos.

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  15. Hola,la cocina italiana es muy conocida.
    Feliz semana

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog
      -
      Biscotti and “The Blissful Feast” by Teresa Lust – Part 1 – Reading 9
      -
      Fig 04- A Blissful Feast by Teresa Lust.
      Indeed, Italian cuisines also have flexibility in ingredient compositions and serving.

      Now, hazelnut paste that originally from Italy (Piedmont) can be found anywhere.

      We are familiar with the hazelnut butter spread, Nutella.

      Italian alba truffle from Piedmont is a kind of a luxury truffle for some people in some places.

      Biscotti is also familiar around here. In the coffee shops we can find biscotti along the other cookies and pastries for breakfast.

      # To be continued to Part 2

      ## Previous postings:

      - Annual Christmas Parade in Our Neighborhood
      - A Memoir of Chasten Buttigieg – Part 1 – Reading 5
      - Could Botulinum Toxin be Turned to Beneficial Substance? - Part 1 – Science 10

      Delete
  16. Olá amiga.
    Passando por aqui, para desejar uma ótima semana.
    Beijinhos!

    Mário Margaride

    http://poesiaaquiesta.blogspot.com

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  17. Verdade amiga a cozinha italiana tem o fluência no mundo todo. Adora a pizza. Enfim massas em geral. O macarrão está muito presente na mesa dos brasileiros.

    Desejo-lhe uma feliz semana.

    Beijinhos com carinho🌷

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      Biscotti and “The Blissful Feast” by Teresa Lust – Part 1 – Reading 9
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      Most countries in the world (worldwide) familiar to the Italian foods. We see how pizza and pasta take over the world.

      Some Italian cuisines could be adapted from his foreign countries in the past or long long time ago.

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  18. Italian food is known all over the world. And they benefit from the olive oil that is unique in the Mediterranean sea area.
    Very interesting post, I enjoyed reading it.
    Have a good week, my dear friend.
    Kisses.

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    1. you are right...

      Thanks to visit my blog
      -
      Biscotti and “The Blissful Feast” by Teresa Lust – Part 1 – Reading 9
      -
      Fig 01- Biscotti for breakfast

      However, Italian people created the gourmets with their imagination so that their taste and creations became their own signatures.

      The world loves the creativity and the simplicity of Italian foods, no wonder in some places Italian cuisines have been adjusted and re-created with local tastes.

      Many modifications of Italian foods around the worlds, just few of them are:
      - pizzas
      - and pastas

      Delete
  19. My family loves Italian cuisine.

    Happy Tuesday!

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog
      -
      Biscotti and “The Blissful Feast” by Teresa Lust – Part 1 – Reading 9
      -
      Fig 04- A Blissful Feast by Teresa Lust.
      Indeed, Italian cuisines also have flexibility in ingredient compositions and serving.

      Now, hazelnut paste that originally from Italy (Piedmont) can be found anywhere.

      We are familiar with the hazelnut butter spread, Nutella.

      Italian alba truffle from Piedmont is a kind of a luxury truffle for some people in some places.

      Biscotti is also familiar around here. In the coffee shops we can find biscotti along the other cookies and pastries for breakfast.

      # To be continued to Part 2

      ## Previous postings:

      - Annual Christmas Parade in Our Neighborhood
      - A Memoir of Chasten Buttigieg – Part 1 – Reading 5
      - Could Botulinum Toxin be Turned to Beneficial Substance? - Part 1 – Science 10

      Delete
  21. Particularmente, adoro massas! E isso é um problema, para meu índice de triglecerides. :) Meu abraço, amigo; boa semana.

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  22. La cocina italiana es mundialmente conocida sobre todo por sus platos de pasta, el bizcocho se ve delicioso.
    Saludos!

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog
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      Biscotti and “The Blissful Feast” by Teresa Lust – Part 1 – Reading 9
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      Most countries in the world (worldwide) familiar to the Italian foods. We see how pizza and pasta take over the world.

      Some Italian cuisines could be adapted from his foreign countries in the past or long long time ago.

      Delete
  23. La cocina italiana nos ofrece variedad que podemos adaptar a nuestras necesidades, cierto que todo es sabroso y versátil. Un abrazo.

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  24. Olá amiga.
    Passando por aqui, para desejar a continuação de ótima semana.

    Beijinhos!

    Mário Margaride

    http://poesiaaquiesta.blogspot.com

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  25. It's great to be able to enjoy delicacies from around the world almost without leaving home. :)

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog
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      Biscotti and “The Blissful Feast” by Teresa Lust – Part 1 – Reading 9
      -
      Fig 01- Biscotti for breakfast

      However, Italian people created the gourmets with their imagination so that their taste and creations became their own signatures.

      The world loves the creativity and the simplicity of Italian foods, no wonder in some places Italian cuisines have been adjusted and re-created with local tastes.

      Many modifications of Italian foods around the worlds, just few of them are:
      - pizzas
      - and pastas

      Delete

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