15 Gennaio 2017
In Umbria the pork meat has been for centuries a primary element of the local cuisine, representing a continuity of tradition that has no equal: even today in many homes is celebrated the day when you kill and you work the pig.
For this occasion we chose the Nerino Umbro
According to the ancient medieval custom, after having broken the pork they eat it all together, and are prepared chicory (roasted or in sauce for pasta) and fresh steaks.
Thursday, January 19 the Trattoria Pallotta is pleased to invite you to dinner tasting of Nerino: black pig of Valnerina.
The evening includes a promotional menu with different tastings of Umbrian products Laurenzi Farm, which breeds in Nera Valley (between Spoleto and Perugia) blacks pigs in the wild.
The Nerino pork meat presents a high quality, suitable for the production of sausages and hams of merit; its natural living conditions, breeding in the wild in a pristine area, the feeding on acorns, tubers and local herbs, make the healthiest meats, compact and exceptionally tasty.