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A classic Tuscan appetizer…

A classic Tuscan antipasto, a savoury break or, even better, something that will tickle your appetite and please your taste buds: Cinta salami, pecorino cheese, salt to match the fresh fava beans that taste just like spring and green. Finally, a good glass of red wine.

An olive wood cutting board, a sunset over the Tuscan hills and the first enjoyable evening fresh breeze. This is the tradition, tomorrow we’ll discover the innovation. Stay tuned!

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  1. We have some of the same sorts of things here in Portugal but use chorico and a goat cheese (that I don’t know the name of seeing as I can’t read Portuguese yet) but we haven’t had it with favas. I’ll have to remember to add that in the next time we do this type of antipasti dish 😀

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