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Panigacci: An Open Flame Tradition Rekindled

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Giuseppe

Massa

Duration 1h 30m

Max 4 guests

Spoken languages:  Italian and English

3-course Italian menu

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  • Tris of boiled Panigacci (oil and cheese, pesto sauce, mushroom sauce)
  • Fragrant panigacci, served with local cold cuts, cheese and sausage
  • Panigacci with hazelnut cream

In my home, just as it has been for centuries, I continue the tradition of preparing Panigacci using the open flames of my fireplace and sharing them with my guests. This delicacy is enjoyed in two classic ways: either boiled and then seasoned with Genoese pesto, porcini mushroom sauce, olive oil, and Parmesan cheese, or served "dried" straight from the oven, warm and crispy, ready to be filled with creamy cheeses, cured meats, and the unique sausage mixture, all of which are also cooked between terracotta ovens.

Join me to witness the enchantment of Panigacci's creation, indulge in the authentic flavors of our rustic tradition, and savor the delightful experience of enjoying my Panigacci!"

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€65.00 per guest

€32.50 per child

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Giuseppe
Cesarina from 2023Location: Massa    Languages: Italian and English
Mainly I like to cook "panigacci" typical dish of the Massa area, originally from Podenzana they are "loaves" that are cooked in terracotta and served in two ways, boiled and seasoned with mushroom sauce / Genoese pesto, oil and cheese . Or dried with cheeses and salami and even nutella. Another typical dish is the "chiodo" sausage paste, always cooked in terracotta texts, a typical dish originating from the small village of Quercia near Aulla. I also like to cook T-bone steaks.
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