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piuleta y tronador

Language: Spanish

Description: This name refers to the male and female parts, which modesty forbids that I shall translate. These pastries, shaped appropriately, are traditionally given by men to their loves, wrapped in a knotted handkerchief or mocador, with marzipan fruits on the Día de los Enamorados, which falls on the same day as the mighty Valencian festival of the Día de la Comunidad. The 9th October is a good day to be in town.


piuleta y tronador
Piuleta and tronador surrounded by marzipan fruits at the house of Professor Carmone in Valencia on the Dí de los Enamorados

Ethnicity: Spanish
Most frequent country: Spain
Most frequent region: Valencia in Levant

See places: Spanish food and cuisine, Levante, Valencia

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