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"Tarallucci and wine" is a way of saying originates in the South, as can be guessed from the reference to "tarallucci", one of the typical dishes of the southern tradition.
Tarallucci are circular biscuits, similar to small donuts, variously flavored, with a sweet or salty taste depending on the regions and cultures. But, more importantly, they were served on the table at the time of the appetizer or at the end of the meal, together with a glass of wine.
The protagonist on the table is taralluccio Pugliese, the variant made with olive oil, flour, wine or brandy, fennel seeds, and chili pepper, for the spicy touch.
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According to historical sources, the first taralluccio is dated around 1400, when not all the houses had an oven: therefore, on holidays, the women were lining up at the public oven to put their baking pan in these cookies, but in most cases they were tasted in taverns, accompanying them with wine, as an appetizer.
In the peasant houses, then, the custom arises of offering tarallucci and wine to guests, a sign of cordiality and friendship. The expression refers to a convivial, friendly and serene atmosphere.
Literally, then, "Tarallucci e Vino", indicates a happy ending at the end of a complex situation, like a quarrel between friends who, fortunately, resolves peacefully.
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