In the Po Delta Park, in Veneto, there are some characteristic foods that make up our traditions: seafood products such as eels, clams, mussels, shrimps, sea bream and sea bass, and land products such as rice, radicchio and asparagus, pumpkin and mushrooms! Right near us in particular are: the radicchio of Chioggia, the honey of Ca' Cappellino, the rice of the Delta and the bread festival in Loreo.
-Radicchio di Chioggia: is an Italian vegetable product; the production area includes the territory of the municipalities of Chioggia, in the province of Venice, Rosolina, Rovigo, Cavarzere, Codevigo and in the province of Padua. It is mainly eaten raw, alone or in mixed salads, but thanks to its characteristic bitterish taste, it is suitable for the preparation of different dishes such as typical Venetian risotto, "lasagne pasticciate", rolls with bacon and grilled side dishes.
-the honey of Ca' Cappellino: a few kilometres from Porto Viro, in the heart of the Po Delta Park, stands the village of Ca' Cappellino, where the renowned bee and honey museum is located. This experience is able to introduce visitors to the life of bees in its many aspects, as well as, the precious products such as honey, propolis, pollen, royal jelly and wax. It is a fantastic opportunity for children too, as there are lots of workshops for all ages.
-Delta rice: presents large grains, crystalline/pearly and compact, white or whole grains. It has great absorption capacity, little loss of starch and good resistance during cooking. Suitable for making tasty pasta, risotto, rice salads. Its production area includes the territories of the municipalities of Ariano nel Polesine, Porto Viro, Taglio di Po, Porto Tolle. All the cultivation and processing operations are aimed at ensuring the quality, the tradition and the traceability of the product.
-Bread Festival in Loreo: from 11 to 19 June 2022, in Piazza Madonnina 3. Cultural meetings, workshops, food market and hobbyists, the historical re-enactment of the beating and threshing, food stands, dancing evenings and free tastings await you.
A journey through the territory of the Seven Lidi of Comacchio.
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