Still in Biella and slight relief from selecting shortlists for residents and thrashing out a programme structure that at this stage depends on things that depend on things that depend on things… comes in the form of the indigenous cuisine.
Firstly breakfast and the classic italian start to the day of cappuccino and brioche, the most democratic of breakfasts. Even in chi chi Milanese bars this at least you can usually find for under €3.
This exemplary example comes from Ferrua/Canterino in Biella – a cafe maybe not to everyone’s taste, but the quality of the merchandise cannot be denied.
The Piedmontese Bolito misto…does what it says on the tin and yes it is not vegetarian, it’s meat, it’s boiled…it’s a bolito misto and a good one should always taste better than it looks…
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