Nov 05, 2020 · Though torrone already existed in Cremona before the 15th century, local lore states that torrone arrived on October 25, 1441, the wedding day of Francesco Sforza and Bianca Maria Visconti, Duke and Duchess of Milan.
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The traditional sweet was first served in Cremona during the nuptial banquet of Francesco Sforza and Bianca Maria Visconti in 1441, and was made in the shape of the Cathedral’s bell tower for the occasion.
Nov 19, 2014 · Legend has it that a first tall square tick bar of firm candy compound, made in Lombardy’s Cremona and called torrone, was prepared in 1441. It was to celebrate the wedding of the Italian Condottiero (Army Commander) Francesco Sforza to Bianca Maria Visconti, Duchess of Milan, daughter of the Lord of Milan.
Mar 31, 2016 · Bianca Maria Visconti, the daughter of Filippo Maria Visconti, Duke of Milan, was born on this day in 1425 near Settimo Pavese in Lombardy. A strong character, her surviving letters showed she was able to run Milan efficiently after becoming Duchess and even supposedly donned a suit of armour and rode with her troops into battle, earning herself the nickname, Warrior Woman.
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Bianca Pellegrini d'Arluno, or simply Blanchina, was an Italian noblewoman, famous for being the lover of the condottiere Pier Maria II de 'Rossi, Count of San Secondo. It was probably the lady-in-waiting of the Duchess of Milan Bianca Maria Visconti and wife of the knight Melchiorre di Arluno, administrative officer of the powerful family of ...
Dec 08, 2020 · This special recipe undoubtedly did appear, however, in Cremona on October 25, 1441 for the wedding of the Duke of Milan, Francesca Sforza and his bride, Bianca Maria Visconti. Tradition has it that this nougat recipe was eaten particularly on feast days as a dessert of another dessert—served after other traditional sweets.
The first duke of Milan was the eldest son of Muzio Attendolo, Francesco (1401-1466), who acquired the ducal title thanks to his marriage to Bianca Maria Visconti, last heir of the duke Filippo Maria Visconti, who died in 1447. From this marriage he originated the main branch of the family.
The concoction of almonds, honey and egg whites was created in the city to mark the marriage of Bianca Maria Visconti to Francesco Sforza in 1441, when Cremona was given to the bride as part of her dowry. Main sights