From the radicchio family we have fresh #Castelfranco and #Treviso now available in the store.
Castelfranco Radicchio is tender and mild enough to be served raw and may be added to fresh green salads. Like other bitter radicchios it works well in cooked applications as well such as soups, pizzas and risotto or served sautéed on its own as a side dish. Its bitter flavor marries well with citrus juice, olive oil, balsamic and red wine vinegar, garlic, mushrooms, pancetta, parmigiano reggiano cheese, anchovies, black pepper and fennel.
Treviso Radicchio comes from the Italian region of Veneto. Its elongated leaves are similar to romaine lettuce or overgrown Belgian endive. Treviso is a milder form of radicchio and is prized in salads and side dishes. When it comes to adaptability, many restaurateurs in Italy feature grilled Treviso on their menus and serve it as an alternative to steak!
Cosa fate stasera? Ricordatevi di portare #occhi sempre con voi! Per cercare gli eventi piu vicini a voi o il ristorante per la cena e poi è piccolo... ci sta in tutte le borse! 😊
The amazing Torre Civica making part of the original castle wall, built between XII and XIII century.
La bellissima Torre Civica che fa parte della complessa struttura originale del castello, eretta tra il secolo XII e XIII.
Why do you go away? So that you can come back. So that you can see the place you came from with new eyes and extra colors. And the people there see you differently, too. Coming back to where you started is not the same as never leaving.