11.16.2009

CHOCOLATE IN PIEDMONT - 巧克力皮埃蒙特

巧克力来由公爵埃马努埃莱菲利贝托萨伏伊军队领导的皮埃蒙特大区。当时,萨沃伊公爵担任国王查尔斯五世,西班牙国王。
正是西班牙,使从墨西哥到欧洲的可可。


Albero del cacao foto tratta da : http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Cocoa_Pods.JPG





 这似乎非常的皮埃蒙特大区和都灵更准确地在18世纪找到了一种方法,使固体巧克力,在此之前的液体是作为饮料消费。







Foto tratta da: http://it.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Gianduiotti.jpg

 

 出生于1852年,它将成为gianduiotti的都灵在都灵的象征。生产的混合榛子巧克力皮埃蒙特外邦人另一Cuneo的典型产物。
该gianduiotto也是第一甜“包装”智能卡的典型包包裹鱼。

由于都灵中心成立酒吧改为“bicerin”的巧克力,咖啡和奶油了喝酒。


自20世纪初的小糕点经历了工业化的过程中,许多企业走出了都灵出城有更多的空间。所以创造了在Novi Ligure的巧克力生产中的其它中心和Alba亚历山德里亚省,在库内奥省。

目前,我们正在目睹到的巧克力种类繁多的手工果仁,往往在都灵中心的糖果生产车间的回报。

从这个历史传统皮埃蒙特出生巧克力处理不同类型的糕点:

- Gianduiotti
-托尔塔巧克力︰
-博内特


The chocolate comes in Piedmont led by the army of Duke Emanuele Filiberto of Savoy. 
At that time the Duke of Savoy served the King Charles V, Spanish king. It was precisely the Spanish to bring the cocoa from Mexico to Europe. 
 Cacao tree photo taken from: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Cocoa_Pods.JPG







It seems in Piedmont and more precisely in Turin during the eighteenth century had found a way to make solid chocolate that until then the liquid was consumed as a beverage. 




Photo taken by: http://it.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Gianduiotti.jpg 


In Turin in 1852 born the gianduiotti which will becomea symbol of Turin. Produced by mixing chocolate with hazelnuts Gentiles of Piedmont another typical product of Cuneo. 
The gianduiotto is also the first sweet "packaged" wrapped in the typical pack of cards bream. 
In the bars of the center of Turin was founded instead the "bicerin" drink made with chocolate, coffee and cream. Since the early twentieth century small pastry underwent a process of industrialization, many businesses moved out of the town of Turin to have more space. Were created so other centers of chocolate production in Novi Ligure, in the province of Alessandria and Alba in the province of Cuneo.

Currently we are witnessing a return to the workshops for the production of chocolate with large variety of handmade pralines, often in the confectioners in the center of Turin.

From this historic tradition Piedmontese chocolate processing are born different types of cakes:

- Gianduiotti
- Torta Gianduja
- Bonet



Piedmont, Italy

 

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