IT'S TIME TO SAY GOODBYE
FROM ALL OF US
The past 3 years have been an incredible adventure. Sadly, it is time to bid farewell to this chapter. My family will be relocating to Miami and Dolci di Franci is coming to an end.
What started off as a simple desire to spread the knowledge of Italian desserts, baking cakes from my home has turned into a brand that I am so proud of to share with you. Week after week, your delight in my cakes has kept me inspired to continue bringing the best of Italian desserts to you. Thank you for your unwavering support throughout this journey. You, the Dolci di Franci family and friends have made me feel a part of the Brooklyn community.
Though it's a goodbye for now, we'd always love to hear from you! Feel free to email me: email@example.com.
Francesca Spalluto is an accomplished baker and classically-trained chef, whose signature cakes and chocolate salami are a fresh spin on old world European traditions. Having trained at the International Culinary Center in New York (formerly the French Culinary Institute), Francesca is committed to creating a unique and captivating dessert experience.
Francesca’s natural talent for baking was evident even during her career in financial risk management. Having made some cakes for her daughter's 4th birthday party, Francesca found herself inundated with requests for more of her delicious cakes. Guests were intrigued by her artisan creations which were deep in flavor and just the right touch of sweetness.
The idea for DOLCI DI FRANCI was born.
Now, as the visionary baker behind DOLCI DI FRANCI, Francesca is able to bring her passion for baking and Italian traditions to the modern customer. Through each handcrafted cake and chocolate salami, Francesca has built a loyal following of 'Franci fans' and continues to develop recipes that surprise and delight the palate.
Francesca has lived in Italy, London and Monte Carlo, and now calls Brooklyn, New York her home. Her husband, son and daughter are all thrilled to participate in Francesca's frequent cake testing sessions.