We are in Roccafiorita where everything is the smallest thing in Sicily: the market, the museum, the town etc etc!
The two ministers are Mrs. Filippina and her husband Angelo.
At the entrance we are welcomed by a beautiful nativity scene made with Sicilian mandarins.
What we are witnessing is a real gem.
Mrs. Filippina prepares for us the recipe for the cassatelle from Agira, It’s s secret for a good part.
She: This is the conca to warm up and this is the stone oven where the cassatelle are prepared
We go inside and start a nice chat
Nar: How did you two meet?
She: I was 12 years old when he first proposed , but I was too young. It could not be
He: Yes, but I didn’t give up
Nar: And when did you give up Mrs. Filippina?
She: At 16, four years later!
Nar: She made you wait a good while dear Mr. Angelo!
She: The first wedding night the heart was beating very fast. They made 3 serenades before going to bed!
All right… Let’s go make the Cassatelle
The preparation is an art of Agira.
Mamma Miaaaaaaaaaaaaaa everyone: The Cassatelle of Agira just made!
Mrs. Filippina also makes us go around her home and shows us some photos
She: This is the picture after 8 days
Nar: What does this mean?
She: When you first got married for the first 8 days you didn’t go out, you stayed at home.
Nar: Let me see how you wore after 8 days closed at home with Angelo. Mamma mia!
Nar: Mr. Angelo I know everything
He: Not everything everything!
Thank you wonderful couple of Agira: you represent all the Sicilians.