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The 13 Bandits, The Apple Dumpling & The Big Ravioli Reveal

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Folklore, Food & Fairytales
Duration: 35:59
In which we discover the fascinating truth of how 1001 Nights, brave yet mischievous Sicilian maidens, the patriachy, apple dumpling and Lucrezia Borgia are all connected. This episode also contains revelations about the startling effects of pear varyenky and the surprising divination abilities of p
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In which we discover the fascinating truth of how 1001 Nights, brave yet mischievous Sicilian maidens, the patriachy, apple dumpling and Lucrezia Borgia are all connected. This episode also contains revelations about the startling effects of pear varyenky and the surprising divination abilities of pel'meni.
The stories in this episode are The 13 Bandits, adapted from The Collected Sicilian Folk and Fairy Tales of Giuseppe Pitrè - edited and translated by Joseph Russo and Jack Zipes and The Apple Dumpling, adapted from The Story-teller by Maud Lindsay.
The recipe in today's episode is Varyenky with Two Fillings
If you would like to find more information about any of the books or research in this episode you can find them in Further Reading.
You can also find out more at Hestia's Kitchen which has all past episodes and the connected recipes on the blog. If you'd like to get in touch about the podcast you can find me on Twitter or Instagram at @FairyTalesFood.
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