Pro­sciutto.

Halliday - - Verona, Italy -

There’s an un­writ­ten rule in Italy, and par­tic­u­larly in more so­phis­ti­cated towns like Verona, that you must at least at­tempt to eat your body weight in sa­lumi each day. It’s ev­ery­where; in cafes, bistros, wine bars and cel­lar doors, and it’s uni­formly top-notch. If cold meats aren’t to your taste, such at­tempts can be switched for arancini, as­sorted pas­tries, cakes or the creami­est of po­lenta. Horse, of course, is pop­u­lar in Verona, but it’s also pop­u­lar to give it a wide berth.

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