Tag: Cucina del Mercato

Sushi According to Moreno Cedroni

One of them is from Marseille, the homeland of calanques and bouillabaisse, while the other is from Senigallia on Italy's Adriatic coast, famous for its velvety beach and its broth prepared with 13 types of fish. Slow Fish brings them both to Genoa for their interpretation of sushi – or susci, the Italian way.

1001 Soups

At Slow Fish, there'll be plenty of fish soups at the Fish-à-porter and Chefs’ Alliance events. See how local catch is transformed into fascinating dishes by Michelin-starred chefs and osteria cooks, beginning with Cristiano Tomei, who will host a workshop and a Fish-à-porter event on Sunday, May 21st.

The Most Curious Dishes From the Depths of the Sea

Did you know you can eat jellyfish? Or that you can make a delicious stew from the offal of cod and angler fish? These and other curious recipes will be explained by chefs, fishers and experts at the Slow Fish Marketplace Kitchen, in the many Fish-à-porter events lined up from May 18-21.

La Trota Gets Its Own Back

Sandro and Maurizio Serva have been making the most of the river bounty from local valleys around La Trota, their restaurant with two Michelin stars in Rivodutri, for decades. Trout, carp, chub, pike and other freshwater fish are the main ingredients on an amazing menu that you can savor at Slow Fish.

The Return of Noah’s Ark

Marano lagoon in province of Udine – with less than 2000 inhabitants – is an incredible biodiversity hotspot with fish and plant species that chef Giorgio dal Forno knows by heart. Talking about this enchanting world, we embark on his boat, and together examine the brackish waters and dikes of this rich territory.