Parco della fascia fluviale del Po - tratto Cuneese


Batiùr or Mariùr

It is a traditional salami made of pork meats flavored with spices, bagged in the pork bladder. The double dialect name derives from the fact that it was eaten on two occasions, at a baby's christening and during the first visit of the future son-in-law. It gave the imprimatur to the "batié" (to get christened) and to the "marié" (to get married): women cooked it and left it in its broth, serving it afterwards with butter. When it is fresh, you can also eat it raw, but it is advisable to follow the traditional method.

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