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A sweet RoLa that tells the eyes and the palate of a unique land!

From the initial study of the dessert, linked to the yellow book “Tartufi e delitti” by Mauro Rivetti, the pastry chef Sacchero di Canale has come to the definitive version.

We told the genesis of a sweet RoLa that was born between the pages of a yellow book, or rather it was born to give material to the pages of Mauro Rivetti’s territorial mystery.

Born from the need to have a dessert that best describes the two lands, Langhe and Roero, often opposed, united by passion and beauty.

Between the ideas of the writer and the professionalism of the pastry chef Beppe Sacchero, the sweet RoLa was born, initially made “in two hills” and then reworked in shape to be more easily sold, even in packs.

Here the article we published last July on the launch of the book and the cake of the two hills.

Sweet crime in Canale with Beppe Sacchero

And it is with immense pleasure and pride (from Made in Italy and in this case Made in Roero) that we present the final version of this dessert that embodies the flavors of a Unesco Heritage, which is also “told” by the wrapping!

The ingredients are those of the initial version, created precisely to enhance the two parts of the Tanaro.

The pastry chef Sacchero tells us:

“There is a layer of hazelnut cremino with white chocolate, a heart of peach pulp, milk chocolate ganache with cornmeal paste, milk chocolate coating and cocoa praline hazelnuts.

Virtually the same ingredients, only revisited in a single bon bon! “.

Thanks Beppe Sacchero for this creation, which gives us taste, territoriality, great passion and love for tradition!

Food stories between sweetness and crime!

Marco Ribaudo

Marco Ribaudo

For the love of food and wine! Marco Ribaudo, Certified Sommelier, with 25 years in the food and beverage industry now invites you to join him in his latest adventure, the opening of la Cucina del Vino to share his culture and passion for creating unforgettable memories around the table.

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