Photographer's Note

In Sicily Easter is the time not only for the usual eggs but also for a triumphal return of traditional cooking and recipes.Throught the island families serve ancient dishes with bizarre-sounding names such as “cuddura”. Cuddura” is a word deriving from the Greek¸ it means ring-shaped, that is a round loaf with a hole in the middle, decorated with boiled eggs (not shelled). My mother prepared this very good cuddura and I enjoyed it with all my parents. Happy Easter to everybody.

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Viewed: 1921
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Additional Photos by Gae La Rocca (Zanni) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 896 W: 152 N: 1266] (6108)
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