Tuscan lampredotto, flower, honey alla Bordonaro

The Lampredotto is a dish made ​​from one of the four cattle stomachs, the abomasum. This refined recipe, revisiting of a simple dish of the traditional Tuscan cuisine, combines the rustic flavor of the lampredotto, with the delicacy of the Trapani salt flavored with lavender flowers and of a home made bread, kneaded with pumpkin flowers, turmeric and tarassacum honey.

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