A tiny cookie/bakery shop on a side street in the Jewish Ghetto of Rome. I waited (unseen) while Laura washed her hands in the tiny sink and poured herself a glass of water. Startled to see me, she offered me a glass "on this hot day", and then proceeded to stuff sample cookies in my mouth as browsed her display cases. My husband was outside and we were planning lunch in a nearby resto, but by the time I left the store, I was FULL. Laura had fed me one of every cookie she had made that day, about 20 varieties, all delicious and quite unusual. My hubby lunched on one of the several dozen cookies I'd purchased and some of them even made it back to Montreal. If you are hungry for a yummy kosher sweet, and you are missing your favourite grandmother or auntie, go see Laura - problem solved !
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