Food culture
Pesto, beans and poor fish. A journey into the regional culinary culture

Pesto, beans and fish. A journey into the regional culinary culture. Focaccia, farinata and pesto are the most famous dishes in La Spezia.

Looking into the ancient tradition we discover how the extra-virgin olive oil and black pepper are the basis of the most typical local dish such as soup of legumes and cereals, called MESCIUA.

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For those who want to discover all the restaurants in the city to test and taste typical local specialties, we give the opportunity to check the list with TripAdvisor.

Eattiamo brings together excellent wine and food producers and enthusiasts who are looking for top quality delicacies. It is based on an innovative business model, strongly focused in creating synergies with and between manufacturers. Today it already offers a web platform and well-established e-commerce, as well as promotion and offline sales, operating on a international level.
Ligurian rabbit
Tender and tasty rabbit flesh cooked with rosemary, time, marjoram and taggiasche olives is one of the most typical country recipes of Liguria.
Farinata with anchovies
Farinata with anchovies is a heap of typical Ligurian colors and tastes:the perfect match between sea and land. Farinata is a sort of bread made of chickpeas, mixed with anchovies usually fished in the Ligurian sea.
Filled mussels
Stuffed Mussels are one of the most typical dishes in La Spezia, thanks to the mussel-farming practiced in the city gulf.
The preparation is complicated, but worth it!
Neo Aristeo
The Neo Aristeo farm, producer of excellent honey, is located in a strategic place, with a high biodiversity and lots of floral varieties: in the Cinque Terre National Park, precisely in Manarola.
They do not use any chemical product or pesticide to cure bees and hives, and thanks to this, Andrea Sottanis’ honey could be considered “whole virgin honey”.
Possa Farm
The Possa Farm was born in 2004 from Samuele Heydi’s strenght and tenacity, who learned the wine-making job from a 70-year old generation of men. Thanks to this, he knows well the ancient values and all the geographic and cultural heritage of the Ligurian shores.
Genoese Pesto
Sine 1976 we produce an excellent Genoese Pesto still prepared with all Ligurian tradition ingredients. You will find in our product the intense perfume of Vessalico garlic, and Prà basil, paired with the tastes of Pisa pine nuts, 3-years aged Parmigiano Reggiano and unique Riviera Ligure extra virgin olive oil.
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