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Finanziera, Piemontese market stew of cockscombs, sweetbreads, and sanguinaccio blood sausage
Finanziera, Piemontese market stew of cockscombs, sweetbreads, and sanguinaccio
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.
There's Roman-style tripe and, to finish, sanguinaccio - the restaurant's talking-point dish, a chocolate and piggy-blood pâté from Abruzzo.
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.