Polenta Reffettata

Polenta already cooked hard and left to get cold is placed on the cauldron and alternating with pork sauce and cheese, lying on the bottom of the fireplace to heat and season. Serve hot in ‘scife’ (typical wooden local dishes).

Grilled potatoes

A simple dish, poor but of extreme goodness: the potatoes in the skin are placed carefully on the hot surface of the fireplace covered with embers and cooked slowly: once ready they are enjoyed with a drizzle of olive oil and a pinch of salt.

celette

The Cellette

The Cellette are a homemade pasta with simple water and flour ingredients to mixed together by hand. It is served with plenty of red sauce and accompanied by good wine of Catelli.

Regilla Oligomineral water

The Water Source Regilla is located on the 32nd kilometer of the ancient Via Latina where it is believed that the famous lake Regillo was situated. This water was the subject of much research and careful analysis that have established its character of absolute purity and therapeutic properties for medical Read more…

Paliano- Grano Monococco azienda Bertacco

Paliano. Einkorn (Monococco) Wheat

Einkorn (Monococco) Wheat was the first type cultivated in the Mezzaluna Fertile and around Tiberiade about 23,000 years ago and represented, with barley and hulled wheat, the basis of the diet of the Mediterranean populations. It was replaced by soft wheat around the mid-sixteenth century and rediscovered recently in France, where Read more…

Paliano. Rosciola olive oil

In Paliano is grown a particular variety of olive from which oil obtained by squeezing these ancient Rosciola cultivars. The olives are rich in aromatic substances and the Rosciola olive oil has a mild and inviting flavour. The oil producers follow the “Regulations for the production of extra virgin olive Read more…

Pecorino Cheese

On the slopes of Mount Scalambra there are still shepherds producing cheese, from milk of sheep eating high-altitude grass from the surrounding countryside. The cheese can be eaten fresh or aged for several months in shepherd’s cellars.

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