SMALL CAKES RULE THE WORLD

BBC Good Food - - Opinion -

Italy Ev­ery pas­tic­ce­ria sells small ver­sions of can­noli, cas­sata and cream puffs.

Ja­pan Most tea­houses serve tiny wa­gashi cakes made from bean paste.

France Typ­i­cal cake shops sell friands, small tarts, mini canelé and mac­arons. Greece Nutty, syrupy kadaifi and baklava are sold in bite­sized pieces. Rus­sia Mini ro­ga­liki pas­tries (rugelach) are filled with cream cheese and nuts. Do you agree with Joanna? Let us know on Face­book and Twit­ter #bbcg­fopin­ion

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