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Agriturismo near Modena

gigondas | Mar 8, 201107:26 PM     5

We just returned from ten days in Germany, Switzerland, and Italy. The highlight of our trip was a few days outside Modena, at an agriturismo called Podere Prasiano. The food, prepared by Emanuela Grotti, is exquisite. Every meal was wonderful, the highlights include perfect stracotto di manzo (beef pot roast), the best bollito misto or mixed boiled meats with a zesty salsa, the most delectable yellow tortelloni we have ever had, freshly baked crescentini (flatbread) spread with lardo and served with salumi, spezzatini di manzo (long cooked beef stew), lovely simple jam and nut cakes. Local lambrusco and homemade limoncello with every meal. We highly recommend PP to anyone who wants an agriturismo experience in Emilia-Romagna. Pictures of tortelloni, salumi plate and crescentini.

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