Category Archives: Foodpaths

Tomato San Marzano

One of the gems of the culinary tradition of Campania, the tomato whose quality, taste and unique features are well known all around the world. San Marzano tomatoes  come from the small town called San Marzano sul Sarno, near Naples, Italy. A P.D.O  product that is cultivated on a volcanic ground, in the shadow of Vezuvio. A legend says…
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SABA Reduction Must

SABA: from the latin word sapa, a derivative of the word sapore which means taste, used to express the extraordinary taste of this grape mush, which is fermented and concentrated because of the evaporation process. A product known from the time of the Romans. A classic inredients in the regions of Emilia Romagna, Marche and Sardinia. It is made of…
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Fregola Sarda piccola & grande

One of the oldest and most characteristic recipes of Sardinia, prepared according to the traditional way, by sprinkling the water on the semolina, which is placed in a large terracota bowl (known as “scivedda”) and it is then rotated slowly usings one's hands, until small spheres of pasta start to form. These small spheres are devided into…
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