Friday, July 6, 2007

Tagliata della Granda

Time ago I talked (here) the first time about Granda's meat and how this name was born. By the way Granda is overall an Association of farmers in Piedmont born with the purpose to defend (and to promote) quality. So they are very careful on what veals go to eat and how they grow. Who has chance to come in Torino may taste it by Eataly (where I took the photo). Anyway from the site of Granda's Association (unfortunately not in English) you'll find those butchers that sell it. Buon Appetito !!!


Tempo fa parlai (qui) per la prima volta della carne della Granda e come quel nome fosse sorto. Granda è però e soprattutto un'Associazione di allevatori in Piemonte nata con il proposito di difendere (e promuovere) la qualità. Essi sono pertanto molto attenti circa l'alimentazione dei vitelli e come essi crescano. Chi ha la possibilità di venire a Torino può gustarla presso Eataly (dove ho scattato la foto). Sul sito dell'Associazione della Granda comunque sono elencati i rivenditori. Buon Appetito !!!
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8 comments:

The Cooking Ninja said...

mmm...very tasty picture. *drooling*

Nikon said...

Good Lord that looks good!

Sally said...

Mmmm.... I like my meat just a tiny bit more cooked - but this looks pretty bloody good!

Felicia said...

Looks delicious. Hope you enjoyed!

richard said...

This looks good. This is how I like good meat to be served - simply. Grilled tomato is perfect, and a nice wine. I like meat cooked rare if it's good quality as this obviously is, but I'm reminded of a comment from a friend of mine who was not quite so liberated. "Where I come from a good vet could get that back on it's feet"

Chuckeroon said...

Looks good, F. EXACTLY right for a lunch. 100 grms meat plus tomato and rocket. A taste explosion....and you can work like a demon afterwards, looking forward to a great dinner and great company later in the evening. Is that a Barolo or a Barbera in the glass?

Oya said...

Is this post especially for me? :) Noted for my Torino trip...

Sunkyoung said...

Food is the one I'll definitely experience when I visit Italy, besides travelling through the country from south to north by Vespa.