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Spumone is a creamy cross between ice cream and Italian ice, made with layers of different flavors, usually containing tiny bits of candied fruits and almonds, chocolate or caramel. It may have derived from the Neapolitan Cassata, a very popular ice-cream during the 1700s and 1800s in Naples, but it became a traditional ice-cream of the Salento (south-eastern extremity of the Apulia region), and you can find it everywhere in the South of Italy. Sometimes the ice cream layers are mixed with whipped cream. It is popular in places with large Italian (more)

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