Traditionally, Bagna Cauda was prepared at the end of the harvest to reward the harvesters of the work done: in fact, still today it is prepared and consumed in the autumn and winter period. The Bagna Cauda more than just a dish, is a real hymn to conviviality.
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Typical Piedmontese Products.
In the early 40s, in a small plantation of artichokes cultivated near the vineyards, our grandmother and founder of the family, Margherita, gave life to a pastime that quickly became a job. On our farm every process is strictly carried out by hand, following the characteristics of the ingredient, from harvesting to processing up to the bottling and labelling.
Our products, 100% Italian fruits and vegetables , are not stored in cold rooms but immediately processed, thus preserving their organoleptic qualities, aromas and flavours typical of the land that produces them.
We like to approach directly with producers and consumers, following the seasonality of our raw materials and introducing to the market sottolio products, fruit compotes, appetizers from the Piedmontese tradition with those recipes that have been handed down in families for generations.
If you are looking for a delicious recipe for an appetizer or aperitif, the bruschetta of eggplant and peppers is an irresistible dish. The vegetables come from the farm's garden and are processed immediately after harvesting.
Originally, this compote was prepared only in the Calabria region, but now is widespread and loved throughout Italy for its combination of sweetness and spiciness.
Typically prepared in the summer months, this homemade preserve is one of the most versatile in the kitchen: excellent for giving flavor and spiciness to first courses, appetizers and bruschetta
A few ingredients to obtain a compote with a slightly spicy taste, perfect for filling delicious tarts.
A fig compote made with few good ingredients and no preservatives or additives. Ideal in combination with goat cheese.
Once, the 'Giardiniera' was a storage method for part of the vegetables produced in the summer months, in order to consume them during the winter: the philosophy of "nothing is wasted". Today, with the same philosophy, we propose this delicious Piedmontese appetizer with farm-to-table vegetables, consisting of seven sweet and sour vegetables.
Mostarda is a typical product of the Piedmontese culinary tradition, obtained by combining grape must with seasonal fruit such as apples, quinces, peaches or figs. The liquid must and fruit are cooked and made to thicken to get the classic consistency of a jam.
We prepare this compote with the peaches of our trees with all their flavor: a sweet memory of summer in the colder months.
This timeless traditional appetizer is made only with local vegetables and 100% Italian ingredients. Once, it was prepared by the Piedmontese peasant families and today this recipe is still appreciated, thanks to the flavor of fresh vegetables that goes exceptionally well with sweet and sour tomato sauce.
A compote made with farm-to-table fresh strawberries, harvested at the time of their maximum ripening. We obtain a unique compote, ideal to give a touch of sweetness and color to all your recipes.