Food and wine of this province has been the influence of the traditional Roman and Etruscan. There are many excellent local products, including cheeses like caciotta, pecorino pit or cave, the ravaggiolo, salted ricotta and salami, especially ciauscolo, and the traditional ham. Notable among the main courses are strangozzi, or Strozzapreti, with garlic, oil and hot peppers, or mushrooms, asparagus and truffles. And the “collescipolana” gnocchi, made with stale bread and topped with tomato, sausage and beans. Do not miss as fish dish is the Persian Royal, caught in the lake of Piediluco and seasoned with oil, salt, pepper and garlic. For dessert you can enjoy the “Castagnole”, fried dumplings sprinkled with sugar or honey; mostaccioli, biscuits to the must in the form of small cakes; gingerbread, the “Panpepato”, and dry pastries with almonds. Excellent wines, both red and white, such as Sangiovese, Merlot, Montepulciano, Canaiolo, Ciliegiolo, Barbera Malvasia, Grechetto, Drupeggio and the Orvieto.