Le Marche and Food
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Discover Le Marche rich cuisine, great traditional and tasty food in between the coast and the mountain. A cuisine made by excellent products GMO-free, mostly organic or from sustainable techniques, supplied daily by skilled farmers, fishermen and harvesters: from tender shrimp to Conero muscles and from the white truffles of Acqualagna to ascolana olives stuffed with meat or fish, one of the most popular of the ascolana-style fried dishes.
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Small is Gold in Le Marche | Salumi From Le Marche – A Trip To Monte Vidon Combatte

Small is Gold in Le Marche | Salumi From Le Marche – A Trip To Monte Vidon Combatte | Le Marche and Food | Scoop.it

We were on the road to Monte Vidon Combatte, a village 10kms from the Adriatic coast at Pedaso. Neither of us could remember the way but it was Saturday and, by resolutely following the locals, we found ourselves outside the Passamonti’s butchers shop. ...Candido and Clotilde were making ciauscolo, the traditional spreading salami with fresh garlic and orange peel. Clotilde held the casing onto the nozzle of the mincing machine while Candido carefully guided the salami mix inside to ensure no air got in that would make the salami rancid. [...]

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Tipicità - Made in Marche Festival

Weekend-long culinary experience showcasing food and beverages flavors, traditions and products from across the entire Region Marche. The Festival features tasting events, seminars and demonstrations.

Tipicità is the ultimate Marche Region showcase, an exhibition of all “Marche Product” contents, including food, wines, touristic supply and Made in Marche creations. An “event container” including: congresses, guided tastings, workshops and several brand new formats of foodtainment. An authentic experience that will drag your senses and soul through landscape, history, art, nature food and wine…


Fermo April the 21st/23rd 2012


The Program: www.tipicita.it

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Saipa Tolentino: Le Marche traditional cured meats

Saipa Tolentino: Le Marche traditional cured meats | Le Marche and Food | Scoop.it

SAIPA possesses a great company traceability process that makes possible to oversee every single product made from its origins to its consumption: thus it is possible to see which animal it derives from, what it ate, where and how it was slaughtered and when it was processed
Saipa produces Ciauscolo I.G.P, Fabriano salami, Ascolano salami and cured ham with OGM free supply chain cured meats, made using certified Italian meat.

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Le Marche Foodie's Paradise: Lonza and Lonzino

Le Marche Foodie's Paradise: Lonza and Lonzino | Le Marche and Food | Scoop.it

Lonza" and "Lonzino" are similar products but they have different features. The "lonza" is prepared with the boned neck of the pig, up to the 5th rib. The "lonzino" is made with the area of lumbar vertebra, from the 6th rib on. This cut is less fat, so it is more tasty and firm than the "lonza". Both are traditionally salted, then treated with white wine and flavoured with ground pepper and red garlic.

How to enjoy:
Hors-d'oeuvres, snacks, and as a single dish with season vegetables. Excellent also at aperitif time. We suggest you to cut the salami with sharp knives, just before eating.

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The ‘pinnacle of porky products’ from Le Marche

The ‘pinnacle of porky products’ from Le Marche | Le Marche and Food | Scoop.it

The Marche region of central Italy is a surprisingly beautiful but unknown part of Italy and for a while we have been looking for a supplier of traditional Le Marche charcuterie. Last month we visited three producers on a trip to the region and we were won over by the Passamonti family at their salumeria in Monte Vidon Combatte, a small hilltop village 10km from the Adriatic coast at Pedaso.

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The Good Food of Le Marche: Rossi, Moresco

The Good Food of Le Marche: Rossi, Moresco | Le Marche and Food | Scoop.it

Butchery with beef, pork and lamb meat, - Dairy with several kind of cheese:caciotta, dark mature, cottage cheese... Production of many different Le Marche typical charcuterie: ciabuscolo, cured ham, cured pork loin, salami, sausages

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