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Cenni sulla gastronomia cremonese per conoscerla e apprezzarla

Cenni sulla gastronomia cremonese per conoscerla e apprezzarla

Meet the son of cotechino: zampone. Unlike its father zampone uses the skin of the trotter to case the meat. It all began in 1511 when the troops of Pope Julius had only pigs to cook while on the brink of starvation. They came about this method of casing the meat as a way of preventing it from rotting. Little did they know that years later we would still be using this same method bringing it out at the most lavish holidays. Cheers to that!  Make sure you check out our blog for more details!

Meet the son of cotechino: zampone. Unlike its father zampone uses the skin of the trotter to case the meat. It all began in 1511 when the troops of Pope Julius had only pigs to cook while on the brink of starvation. They came about this method of casing the meat as a way of preventing it from rotting. Little did they know that years later we would still be using this same method bringing it out at the most lavish holidays. Cheers to that! Make sure you check out our blog for more details!

Risultati immagini per zucca ricette

Risultati immagini per zucca ricette

STRACCHINO = Crescenza = Stracchino di Crescenza   Pronunciation:  strah-KEE-noh  Notes:   This soft Italian cheese is mild and spreadable.  It's great on pizza.  Use within a few days after purchasing and, for best flavor, serve at room temperature.  Substitutes:  Taleggio (unripened version of Stracchino)

Gives synonyms, equivalents, and substitutions for various kinds of soft cheeses.

Dolci dell'Epifania: cammelli di pasta sfoglia, tipici del Varesotto

Dolci dell'Epifania: cammelli di pasta sfoglia, tipici del Varesotto

Cotechino nostrano - Varese

Cotechino nostrano - Varese

La Barbajada

La Barbajada

I "rospi" farciti: gli Sciatt

I "rospi" farciti: gli Sciatt

Formaggio "Varesot" - Varese

Formaggio "Varesot" - Varese

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