Bari has been the crossroads of a variety of cultures: Greek and Latin, Longobard and Byzantine, Norman, Roman and medieval. Each of them knew, particularly when it came to the culinary arts, how to gather and preserve knowledge and flavors. Within this mix of culture and gastronomy, we meet Cesarina Anna.
Anna welcomes her guests into her large living room. In spring and summer, she likes to greet them on the terrace to enjoy the view of the city. Her home is always open to welcoming and looking after her guest.
Anna’s passion for food and wine was born out of curiosity. "Really knowing the ingredients, sampling all the good things our vegetable gardens and harbors offer, talking with the producers themselves and understanding the work involved, putting myself out there to create the traditional dishes of our culinary culture have all helped to refine my palate"
A hobby that developed over time into a constant commitment, Anna approaches her cooking...
- Fried artichokes and 'lampascioni'
- 'Strascinate' "(orecchiette from Bari) with ragu
- 'Brasciole' (of beef or more typical of horse)
- Trio of vegetables in oil: dried tomatoes, artichokes and aubergines
- 'Sporcamuss' (typical Apulian sweets prepared with crunchy puff pastry custard)
- Octopus salad
- Tiella of potatoes, rice and mussels
- Fried anchovies
- Zucchini 'alla poverella'
- Almond pastries
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