A real pearl of the Adriatic that proliferates in a natural oasis: the mussels of Marina di Ravenna are the protagonists of Romagnolo gastronomy in the early summer.
Compared to farmed mussels, the wild mussels of Marina di Ravenna are larger and more flavorful, fished in waters from 10 to 15 meters deep. As well as being good for the environment, these mussels lend themselves well to all types of recipes, from simple dishes like marinara sauce to the more complex guazzetto soup.
The Taste Workshops of Slow Fish return to Genoa! Don’t miss this chance to learn through tasting. Seats are limited in order to allow our guests to enjoy themselves in safety and security. Tickets for this event are available online until June 30. Any remaining places will be on sale at the Event Reception during the days of the event.
Event languages: IT
Via Granello 38R - Genova (Italy)