The Morselletti Biscottati Cookies are made according to an ancient recipe, which combines the culinary arts of the past with the ingredients still used in Italian cooking. Organic wheat flour, cane sugar, grated bread, eggs and brewer’s yeast, are the basic elements of a mixture which needs a leavening process and two firings. First of all, very thin cookies are made, which are then cut into squares and baked again in the oven, to make them as a good crispy cookie should be.
Rinascimento a Tavola di Daniela Storoni. Via Pellipario, 24. Urbino (PU). Rinascimento a Tavola is a brand of gourmet products, including sweet and savory biscuits, born from the passion of its creator, Daniela Storoni, for Renaissance culture. Located in Urbino, one of the cradles of the Italian Renaissance, on the hills of the Southern area of Montefeltro, this laboratory of excellence contains a synthesis of culinary excellence of the Italian Renaissance courts, through the use of specific techniques for the preparation and culinary and symbolic references. Today, as in the ducal court of five hundred years ago, the excellence guides the protagonists of this small entrepreneurial story, constantly searching evidence of the past with the aim at satisfing the most discerning palates. Rinascimento a Tavola. Urbino (PU).
General Information: Cookies not need any special preparations but they should be served accordingly to the occasion, in the most appropriate and appealing tray. Being baked products free of preservatives, once opened it should be eaten within a few days to savour the characteristics of the product, or stored in an airtight box away from moisture. How to eat: The cookies can be pleasing protagonists of tasty snacks, breakfasts or tea breaks but can also be great as dessert; they should be served, according to the occasion, with tea, coffee, hot chocolate or sweet wines, in their simplest version or together with a teaspoon of jam, honey or fruit jelly.
The Morselletti Biscottati Cookies of Rinascimento a Tavola are lovely when enjoyed slowly after a meal, accompanied by a good cup of coffee, or an evening snack along with a glass of Moscatell-Santa Barbara.