Dolomitenkönig - its name comes the legendary King Laurin, the protagonist of local, enchanting, mythological tales - is a noble, soft-textured, cutting cheese. It has a full flavour with just a dash of sweetness and a light yet original hint of walnut. Made exclusively using the high-quality milk of Pusteria Valley and following an ancient local recipe, its characteristic feature is its slightly convex shape and unmistakable holey texture.
San Marzano tomatoes taste like fresh tomatoes, incomparably fruity, fragrantly and incredibly. Today the kind threatened by the extinction growns thanks to the Slow Food branch on the fertile grounds of Vesuvius again.
marinated garlic in olive oil.
mixed vegetables with Pleurotus mushrooms in olive oil.
The tomatoes come heritage San Marzano seeds given to Paolo 15 years ago, and are quite different the industrial San Marzano's that flood the market today.
Sliced seasoned porcini mushrooms in olive oil 212 ml. - Rocca 1870