Terra Madre Salone del Gusto is on the road this year, with the sizzling of pans and irresistible smells coming from the Street Food stands in Piazzetta Reale, the heart of Turin, in front of the Royal Palace. They’ll be open every day of the event from 12 noon to 12 midnight (until 7pm on Monday 26.)
The authentic amatriciana, brought to Turin with the pride of a community that has suffered greatly but never renounced its vital identity, one element of which is its artisanal gastronomy. This culinary symbol of a town, more alive than ever before, will be prepared by a group of citizens, students and chefs from Amatrice.
Tigelle, whose multiple variations are typical of the Modenese Apennines, will be served with delicacies like Monte Cimone prosciutto and Parmigiano Reggiano with spiced lard, plus other local cured meats and cheeses. You’ll also find gnocco fritto with cured meat and cheese specialties.
Associazione Quelli della Bombetta
Direct from the splendid Itria Valley in Puglia, here come the Puglian bombette, flavorful rolls of pork filled with Canestrato cheese and cooked over charcoal by skilled hands, an important piece of the local gastronomic culture.
Consorzio Focaccia di Recco col Formaggio
From Liguria, a specialty that is part of the gastronomic history of the Levante Riviera, a simple marriage of focaccia and cheese that becomes much more than the sum of its parts, developing unique and unforgettable aromas and flavors.
L’Hamburgheria di Eataly
Artisanal burgers with meat from the La Granda consortium and bread made with stoneground flour from the Mulino Marino, customized with garnishes that only enhance the quality of the Piedmontese beef.
Olive Ascolane Migliori
The Migliori family is part of the history of olive ascolane and has been promoting these delicious stuffed olives across Italy and beyond for many generations.
Ligurian tradition enhanced by the use of excellent ingredients, from stoneground flours to the best extra-virgin olive oil. Don’t miss the farinata.
Water, flour and yeast along with mozzarella and local tomatoes produce the Puglian panzerotto, an unforgettable delicacy.
Bracerie di Strada
Abruzzian specialties like Pianella bread with Pera d’Abruzzo tomatoes or charcoal-grilled mutton in the form of arrosticini (skewers) or burgers.
Osteria del Gran Fritto
If you love fried seafood then don’t miss this stall! Select ingredients cooked in quality oil to enhance the natural flavors of the sea.
In addition to Street Food, along the banks of the River Po there’ll also be artisan Italian beer. Over 60 different beers from across the peninsula will be on sale, as part of a collaboration between Slow Food and the Murazzi del Po Association. A unique occasion to taste beer and food of the highest quality while strolling along the landmark promenade of Turin’s famous river.