Decent and home-made lamb ragout of the butcher's shop Villgrater, simply warm up and put about the cooked pasta (spaghetti, penne or any kind of noodles), polenta, Crostini or on the rice.. After opening it, put in refrigerator and consume within less days.
The South Tyrolean wild boar's salami Villgrater is produced of 60% of wild boar's meat and 40% of pork, is dried mildly spicy with a light red wine mark and afterwards in home mountain air. The wild boar's salami belongs to the particular specialities of the butcher's shop Villgrater!
The South Tyrolean Salami Roe Deer type Villgrater is produced of 50% of Roe deer meat and 50% of pork, it is spiced on natural base and afterwards air-dried for several weeks.
The South Tyrolean "Hirschwurzen" (smoked sausages of deer and pork meat) Villgrater are produced of 60% of deer meat and 40% of pork, are mildly smoked and refined with juniper, spicy in the taste.
One of the traditional South Tyrolean dishes, are the bacon speck dumplings, hand made by the butcher's shop Steiner in Rasun