Zeppole (zeppola in the singular) are delicious Italian pastries. They are most often eaten on March 19 for the Feast of Saint Joseph! They are eaten all over Italy especially in Rome, Lazio, and Salerno!
Merry Christmas Eve, Italians! For many Italian-Americans, this is the best day of the year. Some may argue that it's better than Christmas day itself. Whether you spend the day with five family members or 50 you are guaranteed to eat well today.
Also known as Zeppole, Sfinci are traditional Sicilian donuts. They are a specialty of Palermo! These delicious donuts are light and fluffy and ricotta in them makes them creamy. They are perfect for any occasion! Although they can be eaten any time of the year, they are commonly made to be eaten on the 19th of March which the holy day of San' Giuseppe (St Joseph), and also on Christmas. They are best eaten warm!