Rubiera is a small town in the province of Reggio Emilia. Located in the Po Valley, this medieval town still preserves traces of its imposing walls built in 1200 for defensive purposes.
In Rubiera, as in all the land of Emilia, cuisine is a cult. In each home, on the occasion of celebrations and anniversaries, you will find cappelletti in broth, green or yellow pumpkin tortelli prepared according to ancient family recipes. The local dishes are derived from Reggio Emilia and Modena: Maria Cristina and Rosetta interpret this grafting of the two culinary traditions, presenting some of the most typical local recipes once again.
The secret of the Cesarina
In Rubiera, as in all the land of Emilia, cuisine is a cult.