"I live in a small village in the City of Veggiano called Rambacche, a name which originally meant "between the waters," an indication of the peninsula formed by the Tesina and Bacchiglione rivers. I was born and raised on a farm, where I lived with my large family - my grandparents, my Aunt Clorinda and her brother Gino with his wife and kids, my mother, my father, and my brother. It was there that I began as a child handling the 'mix' and the rolling pin to make pasta, flour and water to make bread, and the pot to make polenta."
We go from these words to the dishes of Annalisa, who, in her beautiful house, offers us several traditional specialties of Paduan cuisine.
The secret of the Cesarina
I started as a child to handle the 'mix' to make pasta and the pot to make polenta.