In this episode I talk about Sfogliatella, the Neapolitan pastry, which is really two pastries, you have to try before you die.
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The episode includes:
- Naples has it all!
- What ‘see Naples and die’ used to mean to me
- Sfogliatella riccia and where the name comes from
- Sfogliatelle frolla and where the name comes from
- A brief history of the pastry
- Monastero Santa Rosa
- Pasquale Pintauro
- Sfogliatella v Lobster Tail and Coda di Aragosta
- Where to eat sfogliatella today
The original Santa Rosa pastry at Scaturchio