White Magnesite with Handpainted Ceramic Eggplant
Sicily has been fought over and ruled by many peoples over the last 2,500 years, starting with the ancient Greeks. Each conquering group introduced ingredients from its home turf, adding layers to an ever-evolving local cuisine: The Greeks planted grapes and olives, the Romans contributed wheat.But it wasn’t until the early Middle Ages, under Byzantine and Muslim rule, that eggplant became part of the everyday Sicilian diet. Sicilian cuisine today is varied, with beloved regional recipes and all manner of extravagant food for feast days, as well as incredible fish and shellfish from the coastline. But a recurring theme in daily cooking is the use of a few inexpensive, common ingredients: olive oil, eggplant, tomato and pasta, usually with a pinch of peperoncino, crushed hot red pepper. These are down-home, primal flavors, emblematic of so-called "cucina povera", in which simple and delicious meals are made on the cheap.Three of the most famous eggplant dishes are, eggplant caponata eggplant parmigiana and pasta alla Norma. - (source: NY Times)
Pasta alla Norma is one of my favorite dishes prepared by father, for his recipe click here!
- Handpainted in Sicily ceramic Eggplant
-12mm Faceted White Magnesite-12-13mm Freshwater Pearl
- Made with stretch cord
- Standard 7" length
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