"Toast and ricotta is a common part of the morning meal in Sardinia," Efisio Farris says. "But when you drizzle those ingredients with bitter honey and and add berries in a syrup, you have a great dessert." The recipe is extremely easy; the only step that requires any effort at all is making the syrup. More Italian Desserts
Sardinian bitter honey, which has a nicely acrid aftertaste, is available at some specialty Italian food stores and from gourmetsardinia.com. Pane carasau, or carta da musica, is a traditional round Sardinian flat bread that's thin, crisp and more than a foot wide. It's also available at Italian specialty food stores and from gourmetsardinia.com.