b'LA SBRISOLATHE "SBRISOLA"LA "SBRISOLA"LA SBRISOLA THE "SBRISOLA"Unantica leggenda popolare risalente ai tempi della RepubblicaAn ancient popular story, dating back to the time of the Most Serene SerenissimadiVenezia,narralevicendedellaprincipessaRepublic of Venice, narrates the journey of Princess Eleonora Eleonora Gonzaga (Mantova 1598Vienna 1655) nel corso delGonzaga (Mantua 1598 - Vienna 1655) on her way to Innsbruck to suo viaggio verso Innsbruck per convolare a nozze, nel 1622, conbe married to Emperor Ferdinand II of the House of Habsburg in limperatore Ferdinando II dAsburgo. La principessa ebbe modo1622. Legend has it that, during her travel, the princess stayed at di soggiornare in suntuose ville Palladiane, dove rimase moltosome lavish Palladian villas, where she was introduced to a simple colpita da un semplice dolce della tradizione locale contadina,dessert that the local peasants baked and that she became fond fatto con poveri ingredienti, duro ma allo stesso tempo moltoof. Made from poor ingredients, the cake was dry, yet crumbly, and friabile; i signori Veneziani usavano romperlo, durante il convivio,the Venetian nobility, during their banquets, used to break it into in piccoli pezzi irregolari, le sbrisole, ed erano soliti imbibirli insmall irregular pieces, called "sbrisole", that they would then dip in delicati vini passiti. fine raisin wines.LA "SBRISOLA" SBRISOLAUne lgende populaire raconte le voyage qu fait la princesse EleonoraGonzaga(Mantoue1598-Vienne1655),vers Innsbruck,l\'poque de la Srnissime (Rpublique de Venise), pour se marier avec l\'empereur Ferdinand II de Habsbourg en 1622. Lors de son sjourVenise, la princesse a eu loccasion de sjourner dans de trs belles villas palladiennes, o elle a timpressionneparundesserttraditionnel.Fabriquavec des ingrdients simples, ce gteau sec,la fois dur et friable tait consomm pendant les crmonies. Lors de ces repas les vnitiensledivisaientenpetitsmorceauxirrguliersappels "Sbrisole", qui taient ensuite tremps dans de dlicats vins aux raisins secs.77'