Celebrations in Spain, just as in other gastronomic cultures of the world, are closely associated with certain sweet recipes. On All Saints' Day (November 1), bakeries fill their shelves with "huesos de santo" or "saint's bones" (marzipan rolls filled with sweet egg-yolk syrup); "buñuelos de viento" (filled, fried dough balls); and "panellets" (made from almond paste, sugar, eggs, and grated lemon zest sprinkled with pine nuts).


  • Title: "Panellets"
  • Original Source: Wikimedia.org
  • Photographer: By Tamorlan - Own work

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