In the 1600s they could be purchased at the horse watering stations
Biscuits of flour, honey and sugar, with a shape similar to a crushed apricot.
Given that they could be conserved for a long period of time,
they were considered excellent as biscuits for journeys and for refreshment.
Walnut combined with candied orange, passing through the sweetness of honey.
Thus was born the little horse, a tasty biscuit that owes its name to the wayfarers on horseback,
who stopped in the taverns for taste this sweet, excellent for being dipped in sweet wines
and prepared in such a way keep for a long time.
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