The typical Menus of Comacchio and Lidi Ferraresi right at your camping!
The most delicious dishes of the regional tradition available at Spina Camping Village Restaurant
At Spina Camping Village, roots and traditions are very important! That’s why you can find every day at the Restaurant of Spina Camping Village a wide choice of dishes and typical culinary specialties of Emilia Romagna, Comacchio and Lidi Ferraresi, so that you can enjoy them with all your senses and soul!
Nobody can leave Comacchio and Lidi Ferraresi without trying the Eel, the queen of the tradition of the valleys of the local “Little Venice”. There are also many other typical fish dishes of the Seven Lidi Ferraresi which represent the maritime tradition of the town.
The Lidi Di Comacchio inherited from the tradition of Ferrara its passion for bread, with its “Coppia Ferarrese”, and the cult of Piadina from Romagna. Pork is one of the main meat ingredients used for traditional dishes, as protagonist of classical meat grills or the typical salamina da sugo, made with the less fine parts.
Here are some typical dishes of Comacchio and Lidi Ferarresi that you will find at Spina Camping:
- Fried anchovies with rocket and balsamic vinegar
- Home-Made Passatelli sauté with seafood
- Cappelletti Romagnoli with Shrimps, Saffron and Zucchini
- Tagliatelle with sausage ragout
- Grilled Eel from Comacchio
- Mix of grilled meat in the Romagnan way
Some curious facts of the typical dishes of the cooking of Comacchio and of Lidi Ferraresi:
- According to the popular tradition, if you eat the heart of an Eel, you will acquire divination powers. However, you have to pay attention not to eat the entire Anguilla, because you can lose the use of the speech;
- The particular form of the Coppia Ferrarese was an homage to the hair of Lucrezia Borgia, who came to Ferrara at the start of sixteenth century as the bride of the duke Alfonso d’Este;
- In 1772, the historian and playwright from Ferrara Antonio Frizzi has dedicated an entire play to the “salamina da sugo” with the ironic name “Salameide”.