Tasting Marche Blog

Cheesecake “Ubriaco” with Cherries jelly in Passerina

Our Cheesecake “Ubriaco” with Organic Srawberry Compote. The chef often speak of contamination, because it is really exciting to create new delicacies being influenced by unusual customs or traditions. Tasting Marche did not want to give it up and then borrowed one of American desserts par excellence and presents its own edition of cheese cake using organic strawberry compote, you will love it! Continue reading “Cheesecake “Ubriaco” with Cherries jelly in Passerina”

Risotto with Lacrima and Truffle

Our Risotto with Lacrima and Truffle. There occasions that deserve special dishes and there are people who hate banality. Tasting Marche introduces a dish that fully meets these requirements, such as those that arise from the association of two exceptional ingredients. Here are our Risotto with Lacrima and Truffle: a party for your senses! Continue reading “Risotto with Lacrima and Truffle”

Cream of Chickpeas with garlic croutons

Our Cream of chickpeas with garlic croutons. It’s really easy to follow an healthy and tasty diet when you have the right ingredients, such as Quercia chickpeas. Our grandmothers knew, when they used them to make wonderful soups and we know today that we propose them in a refined and tasty variant, a cream with garlic croutons that will make you lose your head! Continue reading “Cream of Chickpeas with garlic croutons”

Pappardelle with Black Truffle sauce and Porcini mushrooms

Our Pappardelle with Black Truffle sauce and Porcini mushrooms sauce. Pair Egg Pappardelle with intense scent of black truffle sauce, how could we not propose it combined with a porcini mushroom sauce? Here, Tasting Marche like surprise you with great dishes.

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When the Panettone comes from le Marche

I think each of us, in his memories, preserve jealously few moments, made of words, gestures and emotions that warm up the heart and the soul. For me, many of these are related to the stories of my mother and my grandmother, two strong, courageous women who have left me many valuable lessons. On cold evenings in November and December, crunching some nuts, the mind often comes back to my childhood, when my grandmother started ask us to prepare the ingredients of the “Pizza Christmas”. Do you know it? I will tell you about it. Continue reading “When the Panettone comes from le Marche”


Our Cavallucci. The gastronomic journey through the Marche has been always been surprising us because every area, often every town, has its flavors and its traditional recipes. Today we talk of cavallucci (horses), so called because with their shape reminiscent of the back and the legs of a horse. They are sweet typical of the winter period, in the past the women began to prepare at San Martino, that is, when you could find the new wine, and then continued production throughout the cold season. The dough recipe, handed down from mother to daughter, from generation to generation contains sapa (or boiled must), dried figs, candied fruits, raisins, chocolate, nuts, almonds, grated orange, coffee and bread crumbs. What it is called a real bundle of energy. Do you want to try with your hand? Here it is the recipe! Continue reading “THE DESSERT OF WINTER IN THE MARCHE: THE CAVALLUCCI”