Roman pastries
Roman pastries: a temple dedicated to Jupiter Pistor has existed in Rome since the time of breads, regarded as the most precious and sacred thing in the world during a siege, had then contributed to the liberation of Rome. The "Pistors" were organized as a corporation to which they paid a contribution for a kind of solidarity fund, the purpose o...
Roman pastries: a temple dedicated to Jupiter Pistor has existed in Rome since the time of breads, regarded as the most precious and sacred thing in the world during a siege, had then contributed to the liberation of Rome. The "Pistors" were organized as a corporation to which they paid a contribution for a kind of solidarity fund, the purpose of which was to finance the funeral ceremony of each member. Unlike the medieval baker, the Pistor made its own flour.
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  • 9,95 €

    Meatballs bush sheep and semolina, fried in olive oil, rolled in warm honey and then in sesame seeds .

    9,95 €
  • 5,00 €

    Weight 300 g . Breads offered to gods Lares , household gods , alongside boiled, wine , dried figs . Flour, water, oil, salt, leaven and poppy seeds, cumin and anise.

    5,00 €
  • 8,53 €

    Weight 150 g . Shortcrust pastry bush sheep , honey, eggs , pine nuts and salt. The first Scribilita were made with semolina , they were called glutinous . "

    8,53 €
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