Helen (heleninwales) wrote,
Helen
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Fancy that!

Today's interesting discovery (courtesy of a recipe featured on the BBC web page) is that the Italian dessert panna cotta is basically just a posh version of the milk jelly we had as kids. Interestingly, though described as "a traditional dessert of the northern Italian region of Piedmont" it apparently didn't appear in cookery books until the 1960s -- which is when we were eating milk jelly!
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