Sweet Occasions for Father’s Day

special sweets for all Dads around the world

Father’s Day

Father’s Day originated in the early decades of the 20th century, complementary to Mother’s Day to celebrate fatherhood and fathers in general. The holiday is celebrated on various dates and is often accompanied by the delivery of a gift to his own father. As early as 1871, the Catholic Church proclaimed St. Joseph, celebrated on March 19, the protector of fathers and patron of the universal Church.

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Dad’s Cupcake

Cake Monoportion Father’s Day 250gr

The Father’s Day Cake is a  delicious  andscenic cake that is prepared on March 19 to celebrate the feast of St. Joseph or Father’s Day! It is a soft sponge cake filled with hazelnut cream and cream.

4,50 

Non disponibile

Chocolates Pralines Dad

In bags of 200gr
Mood: Father’s Day

Tasty and elegant chocolate pralines with an enveloping taste. A small sin of gluttony to indulge in during the holidays. A sweet thought to give to the best dads who deserve a lot of sweetness.

12,00 

Non disponibile

Father’s Day Biscuits

4pcs packed in Envelope
Mood: Father’s Day

Funny shortbread cookies colored and decorated finely on the occasion of Father’s Day with a sweet and tasty flavor. A small sin of gluttony to indulge in during a coffee or tea with the whole family. A sweet thought to give to all fathers who deserve a lot of sweetness.

10,00 

Non disponibile

Father’s Cake

The Father’s Cake is a delicious and scenic cake that is prepared on March 19 to celebrate the feast of St. Joseph or Father’s Day! It is a soft sponge cake filled with hazelnut cream and cream.

Weight: 1Kg

20,00 

Non disponibile

The Celebration
of St. Joseph

As in some countries of Catholic tradition, the Father’s Day is celebrated on the day of St. Joseph, husband of the Blessed Virgin Mary, symbol of humility and dedication. St. Joseph, as a rchetype of the father, in popular tradition also protects orphans, unmarried girls and the unfortunate. In accordance with this, in some areas of Sicily, on 19 March it is traditional to invite the poor to lunch. In other areas, the feast coincides with the end of winter festival: as propitiatory rites, the fallow land is burned on the fields to be worked and bonfires are lit on the squares to be overcome by a leap.

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