Gubana, a traditional fruit, nut & grappa filled cake from Friuli in Northern Italy.
Gubana is a typical Friulian dessert, originally from the Natisone valleys (Udine). Known since 1409, as witnessed by Angelo Correr of Venice, it was a dessert intended for
special occasions as it was expensive for the richness of the ingredients.
According to a classical interpretation, the name Gubana derives from "gubat",
which in the local dialect means "to wrap". According to other scholars,
the reference to the particular spiral shape leads back to the Slavic "guba"
which means "fold".
Two sizes available, this is the small pie.