“Lë vacchë puzzën ma ru cascë è bonë.”
“Although the cows stink, the cheese they produce is good.”
A tiny Italian region, to be considered almost an extension of Apulia, but with a well-defined identity and history. The territory of Molise has a timeless charm, full of small villages perched on mountains and seductive medieval castles. Its expanses of wheat have contributed to the creation of one of the most shining myths of Made in Italy: pasta.
Molise’s peasant tradition has bequeathed its inhabitants recipes such as ciambotta, a typical lunch for those who worked in the fields, while nature gives this region delicious pearls such as cime di rapa and extra virgin olive oil.
Get to know and appreciate Molise, too, through its unique foods!