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Italian Almond Bakery Cookie with dried cherry in center

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I did post this in the lounge but still have not come up with the Italian name for this cookie although we did manage to come up with a couple recipes:


When I was in rome I bought these cookies at Roscoli Bakery and Il Fornaio Bakery near Campo de Fiori. I believe they were almond or nut based, small drop cookie with a dried cherry inside - completely inside, not visible. I have driven myself crazy searching for the recipe and thus am resorting to a tried and true method of getting my questions answered by asking here. Please please, does anyone know the name of these cookies or have a recipe? It was definitely a dried cherry inside and not a maraschino type cherry. I would love to make these cookies for our annual Bagna Caulda party next week. Thanks so much.


vjpblovesitaly did come up with a great picture : (second cookie on page)

http://therovinglocavore.com/tag/forno-roscioli/

So if you know the name of this cookie, I would appreciate knowing. We also came up with a couple of Recipes but if you have one would appreciate your posting it. Thanks so much.

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