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  • Coddure, a traditional Easter cookie

    Coddure, a traditional Easter cookie

    Every time I see coloured sugar sprinkles on the grocery shelves, my mind comes back to these traditional Easter cookies. The name "coddure", crowns, comes from the Greek "Kollura" and indicades an Easter cookies with orthodox origins. These cookies were produced by shepherds, brought with them during their travels through the countryside and the crown shape made them easy to hang on their arms. In the past young girls used to offer heart-shaped cuddura as a love message for their boyfriends. On Easter time my mother used to spent one whole day baking this cookies, never alone, always with a…

    Coddure, a traditional Easter cookie

    Every time I see coloured sugar sprinkles on the grocery shelves, my mind comes back to these traditional Easter cookies. The name "coddure", crowns, comes from the Greek "Kollura" and indicades an Easter cookies with orthodox origins. These cookies were produced by shepherds, brought with them during their travels through the countryside and the crown shape made them easy to hang on their arms. In the past young girls used to offer heart-shaped cuddura as a love message for their boyfriends. On Easter time my mother used to spent one whole day baking this cookies, never alone, always with a…