Wednesday, December 3, 2014

Chiapallo and his unique menu

Chiapalloooo !!! still I don't know what that means but only what I know it is probably is a name or last name of this personage that I'm going to talk about today, of course is his favorite expression, every time that something like him he say CHIAPALLOOO !! But is not only his expression what it makes him unique, his food is totally out of normal, he prepared for me a great and I have to say a great and crazy meal, Oh my god what a menu, incredible and unique, all about the Piedmont, the region where I am at this moment in Italy, he cooks and uncook so many different typical plates. My first photos are some of the magic of this region, the Piedmont excellence. 

What I liked the most is the "Taglio" a beverage  made it mixing moscato giallo goldmuskateller and and any kind of spumante this time he use Spumante Herbaluce di Caluso, with some aromatic herbs like rosemary, savage, etc .... delicious. 

He did a mix of Raw Meat with herbs and olive oil salt and pepper (very simple and authentic way to cook or maybe not cook) plus a very interesting Salad with Figs and onions (salty version), I have to say that it was the first time testing those flavors, at the beginning I was kind of scary but after the first bite everything come out awesome. 

Chiapallo he used to be a Professional Chef and passioned of his region Piedmont. He loves the originality of food flavors and aromes. I hope I can meet him again before I back to USA in January. 

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4 comments:

  1. Che meraviglia...!!! Dopo tutte questo golosità mi vien voglia di fare un salto da quelle parti!!! Dove si trova di preciso questo posto? ;-)

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    1. Ciao Vica, questo posto e sulla provincia di Torino sul Canavese, si chiama Caluso. Baci.

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  2. Meraviglioso! Queste foto sono eccellenti! Ed è bellissimo scoprire queste realtà italiane piene di tradizione!

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    1. Infatti Barbara, perche questo motivo mi piace molto viaggiare in Italia. ;)

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