12/20/2016 0 Comments
There are many ways to embellish a dish. For example a finely painted dish, gold leaf or a few flakes of truffle.
As we were thinking about how to make our Vigevano cooked goose salami even more noble we came up with the idea to add the black truffle (Tuber aestivum), a typical product of Lombardia region.
So we have created for you a new sublime and perfect simple match: the delicacy of our red goose meat perfectly combined with the rich flavour of black truffle to create the Vigevano cooked goose salami with black truffle.
In its simplicity, it retains all the healthy features of fresh goose meat such as rich content of oleic acid and it combines with an extra edge that helps you to make your food preparations the main dish of your dinner. In this case we talk about tasty second courses like the one we propose today. A gourmet and healthy second course ready to eat without cooking.
12/13/2016 0 Comments
There are sounds which are able to recall to our mind some situations, but above all there are flavours and fragrances that we easily associate to a season.
Winter is coming up, the tables in the North of Italy are purple as the leaves of the winter radicchio vegetable. The crackling fire in the fireplace reminds us of the uniqueness of goose smoked salami like our very own Vigevano goose breast.
The meeting and the memory of these flavours with these colours can only inspire us to try a new simple, but tasty risotto in order to welcome the month of December.
Here's what came to our minds ...
Oca Sforzesca Gastronomist
All Appetizer Cold Cuts Cooked Goose Ham Cooked Goose Salami Crisps Cured Goose Breast Cured Goose Salami Dough Easter First Course Goose Goose And Rice Goose Bresaola Goose Charcuteries Goose Fat Goose Galantine Goose Liver Gooshi Pistacchio Di Bronte Platter Risotto Second Course Summer Winter
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