Today, ribollita!

Surely the most famous “poor” recipes from Arezzo and Florence. It was done by farmers especially during the times in which they could not eat meat for religious reasons. It is called Ri- bollita, which means cooked two times, because they were always making a big quantity of it and re-heating it for...

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Surely the most famous “poor” recipes from Arezzo and Florence. It was done by farmers especially during the times in which they could not eat meat for religious reasons.
It is called Ri- bollita, which means cooked two times, because they were always making a big quantity of it and re-heating it for service on different days.

What better then a Chianti Classico to go along with it?