Ciuìga Festival – San Lorenzo in Banale
3-5 November 2017. Delicious salami with a unique flavor. Slow Food presidium.
Ciuìga Festival is the typical “mountain” festival, simple yet with a rich offer. This year it celebrates its 15th anniversary.
It takes place in San Lorenzo in Banale, a picturesque village set at the foot of the Brenta Dolomites, from Friday, November 3rd to Sunday, November 5th, 2017. During the festival, visitors can enjoy tastings, folkloristic event, themed meals, markets, street artists, carriage tours, shows for children, music bands, folkloristic groups, dinners in the courtyards, cellars, streets and restaurants.
The star of the festival is Ciuìga, a tasty salami with a unique flavor, different from any other salumi. This delicacy is made with turnips and is produced exclusively in the Banale plateau. It was invented in the second half of the 19th century by a butcher from San Lorenzo, Palmo Donati, who used only humble ingredients to create his recipe: pork meat and white turnips.
Its small and elongated shape resembles that of a pine cone, “ciuìga” in local dialect. It has a strong and intense flavor.
(photo: website of the event)
Go to the website Ciuìga Festival – San Lorenzo in Banale