October is par excellence the month of chestnuts and so we suggest you a really loved Ligurian recipe: castagnaccio.
It is a typical Ligurian street food which is sold, like farinata, in the so called “sciamadde”, that is to say typical delicatessen.
The recipe of castagnaccio is an old farming one consisting of a few simple ingredients...
As we promised, here we are with the second yummy appointment with Slow Food Liguria: this time we speak about the incomparable, protected Ligurian fruits, whose cultivation survives in the Riviera and in the little hidden Valleys of the region.
Water of bitter orange blossomsIn Vallebona, a little Ligurian valley near the French board, the bitter...
During Expo 2015in Milan, we reserved a space for Slow Food Italy in Liguria, whose excellent and unique products smell of sea, tradition and family. Since the products protected by Slow food Italy are 13, we divided this article into three sections: vegetables, fruits and animal products.
Ligurian cuisine is rich and mixes different traditions of sea, of the hinterland and of exotic flavours brought here over the centuries. A historically “poor” cuisine is however one of the richest of the Mediterranean.
Oil, focaccia and pesto
Ligurian olive oil has always been the most traded product because olive trees dominate the landscape of Liguria.