And what exactly will you get in terms of food? Trentino is famed for its game, and for polenta and TrentinGrana, a local variation on Grana Padano, Parmigiano's cousin. But it's also known for fresh fish, in particular lake trout, the crisp apples of the Val di Non, one of Italy's major apple producing areas, forest berry fruit, and canederli, bread balls that are also popular in the German speaking areas.
The canederli pictured here are presented more elegantly than one often finds them, because if you visit a home or a traditional eatery you'll likely get them in broth, rather than in this creamy sauce. And be quite happy, because they're peasant food at its flavorful best.
More about the Dolomites, and a number of recipes for Canederli | Trento DOC, Trentino's Bubbly, is Spectacular | The Province of Trento's Travel Pages
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