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What to drink and eat in Catanzaro

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Many of the typical dishes of the Calabrian tradition are linked to its history and culture, starting from appetizers such as bruschetta with tomatoes and onions from Tropea or those with n’duja, a kind of sausage made with spicy chili, not to mention the “caviar of the poor”, or sardines prepared in oil. The first Calabrian dishes are homemade pasta as gnocchi, Strozzapreti, the strangugghi or Fileja, prepared with local produce, from homemade sauce with meat or fish. Excellent is the “Parmesan”, prepared with fried eggplant, ham, mozzarella and sauce. Some of the dishes from Calabria are the “morzeddhu”, prepared with veal tripe boiled and baked in tomato paste and hot pepper or eggplant stuffed with capers, olives and anchovies; the “purpetti” are meatballs made with pork, cheese and chili. The typical desserts are biscuits made with dried fruit, such as figs or raisins, walnuts, almonds and orange peel and nougat, in different variations across the region. Among the wines we recommend Bivongi and Lamezia white, red and rose wines.

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