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Traditional Sicilian Marzipan Fruits @ Siracusa

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by Julie Mundy (subscribe)
Julie is the author of a number of guidebooks, including 'Melbourne's Best Bush Bay and City Walks' & 'Melbourne for Dogs' (with RSPCA). Read more of her adventures at her walks blog: walksmelbourne.com
Published January 10th 2013
The old island of Ortigya, which is the original part of Siracusa in the southern tip of Sicily has winding streets full of bakeries, cafes and traditional Italian dolce (sweet dessert) patisseries. Marzipan fruits like these are traditional to Sicily and a sweet treat to go with your bitter afternoon espresso.
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