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A white marzipan sweet flavoured with rosewater, made around the town of Konitsa in northern Epirus, and served at weddings as symbol of purity. It dates from Ottoman occupation (the name is derived from the Turkish şeker-börek or sugar pie).

Text © Dana Facaros

Image by Green Epirus