The sisters has special waffling presses to press them.
Does anyone still make these or can they just be found second-hand?
Fr. Z did posts on the griccia cotta once upon a time.
This is not a real "cotta griccia". This is a belgian cotta, pleated, but not "griccia".
I saw a bishop wearing a rochet with the same pleating pattern as that so-called "Belgian cotta" during the Holy Father's Ash Wednesday (2009) Stational Mass in the Sta. Sabina. I think this is how a "Cotta Griccia" looks like:http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_71ZPiLxOVfU/SSP70kCsDSI/AAAAAAAACFc/D8f-Nh29nZw/s1600-h/ferulaXXIII.jpg
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