My husband and I are walking the Via Francigena and have had many lunches since we started walking in late August. But the meal at Il Localetto was the sort of meal that makes an everlasting impression. It occurred a few days before the end of our long journey so we were in pensive humor. We ordered glasses of prosecco and the host opened a new bottle and poured us each a wine glass full. The pop of the cork did wonders for the mood. We ordered Salsicce de Maiale (pork sausages), Tagliata Manzo (sliced beef), fried potatoes, grilled vegetables and a mixed salad. The meats were cooked by the host on a wood fire next to us, along with bread slathered in olive oil then toasted. Utterly delicious, all of it. When we asked for drink refills the host just put the bottle on the table. What could be more perfect?
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