Parco Nazionale Dolomiti Bellunesi

Products: Cold Cuts


The local gastronomic tradition is linked to the wild or half-wild cattle breeding (but also sheep and goat breeding), the main economic activity until the second post-war period.
Cheese, meat, and salami are the most important products among the "Park tastes". Unfortunately, summer grazing land cheese producers are increasingly fewer; however, with considerable investments, the Park has renovated five malghe, relaunching their cheese production.
There are several mountain honey producers, while old famers - and some young farmers fond of their land - cultivate legumes (like the famous Lamon bean), ancient apple varieties, barley, spelt, walnuts, and Feltre chestnuts.

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Lamon Bean
Lamon Bean
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Bellunese Salami
In the past it was produced with pork and horsemeat, while today the most common mixture consists of beef and pork.
Category: Cold Cuts
Sausages whose mixture includes liver, parts of lungs, and blood.
Category: Cold Cuts
It is the traditional cold cut for any rural household in Trentino. Usually, this product consists of first-choice lean meat of pigs mainly coming from local or national breeding activities. To the meat, tender fat (in different percentage), salt, minced...
Category: Cold Cuts
Meat strips in brine and subsequently smoked.
Category: Cold Cuts
Sopressa Investida
Sopressa with a pork fillet in the middle.
Category: Cold Cuts
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