grissini with antipasti

Officially invented in 1679 by a baker in Lanzo Torinese, Piedmont, grissini are sold commercially across Italy. In their native Piedmont, however, they are often made fresh, and are a major feature of the antipasti table—wrapped in paper thin slices of prosciutto, or even involving a sprinkling of shaved white truffles.

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