Esperienza rivolta a chi desidera imparare tutti i segreti per fare una polenta perfetta, insieme agli esperti "trisatori" della valle.
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A perfect "Polenta" with the expert "Trisatori"
Val Rendena is also called Val de la Trisa, which refers to the typical wooden utensil used to stir polenta. It's an indication that this is a fundamental dish in the gastronomy of the valley.
Take part in Polenterchef to discover all the secrets from the expert "trisatori" of the valley to make a perfect polenta!
Since flour is the main ingredient, the experience begins with grinding wheat with an expert. Then, assisted by skilled polenters, the fire is lit and the equipment and pot are prepared and then... the polenta is cooked! It will taste even better after having made it with your own hands!
Paired with local products it will be a real treat!
When and where:
Baita degli Alpini at Piana di Nambino in Madonna di Campiglio:
Thursday July 16.
Thursday July 23.
Thursday August 13.
Thursday August 20.
Thursday August 27.
Masere area in Pelugo:
Thurday July 30.
Thursday August 6.
Thursday September 3.
Thursday September 10.
€35 per person, minimum 2 people. Children under 12 years free.
Compulsory online booking within 6 pm of the previous day.
The event is organized in collaboration with Agri '90, Gruppo Alpini Madonna di Campiglio, Gruppo Alpini Spiazzo/Pelugo and Biergarten Parco Masere.
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