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  • Finanziera, Piemontese market stew of cockscombs, sweetbreads, and sanguinaccio blood sausage

    Having a ball (or two) at Incanto's Head to Tail Dinner

  • Finanziera, Piemontese market stew of cockscombs, sweetbreads, and sanguinaccio

    Incanto, an offally delicious trattoria

  • Then, last March, Giuseppe Marchesini, Buca's manager and sommelier, called his mother in Basilicata, who called her mother, who passed along her recipe for torta di sanguinaccio, a traditional southern Italian pastry commonly eaten in the run-up to Lent.

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  • There's Roman-style tripe and, to finish, sanguinaccio - the restaurant's talking-point dish, a chocolate and piggy-blood pâté from Abruzzo.

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  • Famously, its dessert menu includes one of the most written-about dishes in London: the sanguinaccio, or pate of pig’s blood mixed with chocolate.

    Blood Pudding

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