“Accosta er pane ar dente, che la fame s’arisente.”
“Appetite comes with eating.”

When people talk about Lazio, what immediately jumps to mind is the city of Rome, an Italian symbol in the world with its historical and artistic beauty. But the region of Lazio also has much more to offer: every corner of this little paradise on earth hides and exudes history, culture and art. Just think of its beaches or countryside dotted with charming towns, such as Etruscan Viterbo or the tiny village of Civita di Bagnoregio, nicknamed “the dying village.”
Lazio’s culinary tradition is just as rich and fascinating: among spaghetti alla carbonara, bucatini all’amatriciana, cacio e pepe, saltimbocca alla romana and abbacchio, mention must also be made of the mastery of Lazio’s charcuterie makers, who have been making salumi since the dawn of time, or the expanses of splendid olive trees one can come across in various parts of the region.

A region all to be discovered and tasted, Lazio is history, culture and above all great food!

12,10 about 260/300 g