A family gathering…Ciamella Party!

As part of our “market research” (okay, mostly an excuse to make yummy food with family and friends) we recently threw a Ciamella party!

Ciamella Party, Patricia Alex

 

What is Ciamella, you ask? A delicious bread that has the consistency of a bagel but with Italian flavors. {See Recipe here!}

Making the bread can be quite the process— that’s why it’s best to invite over your favorite people and have everyone pitch in!

Ciamella Party, Cousins1

Patricia started preparing the dough early in the morning— giving it plenty of time to rise before everyone arrived.

She then cut us each strips, and we set to work around the counter rolling the dough out into “snakes.”

Ciamella Party, Teamwork

It seems like a fairly straightforward process, but everyone has their own unique style and we had fun expressing our creativity.

Ciamella Party, Small Ciamella and small ciamella maker

 

 

Some ciamella were wee (just like their makers)

 

 

 

 

Ciamella Party, All Shapes and sizes

 

 

 

 

 and others had that  “romantic” touch…

 

 

In the end, we had the opportunity to chat and catch up— and we finished the day with a delicious meal… SUCCESS!

 

Ciamella Party, Nonna, Daughter, Cousins

Alex Barfuss
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Alex Barfuss

A true Italophile—I am so pleased to bring some of the best parts of Italy to you through CASAGIOVE.More than a market, I hope to create a real community and I invite you to comment, share your stories, or even just say "Ciao!".
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Alex Barfuss

Alex Barfuss

A true Italophile—I am so pleased to bring some of the best parts of Italy to you through CASAGIOVE. More than a market, I hope to create a real community and I invite you to comment, share your stories, or even just say "Ciao!".

3 Comments

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  2. Great blog with the recipe and family participation. I know the ciamella was probably delicious with the anise. I remember eating this when I was younger. Looks delicious and excited to try it!

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