From a gastronomic viewpoint, the region of Piedmont boasts some of Italy's finest, most diverse traditional foods. It is therefore no surprise that the worldfamous ‘Slow Food' association, an international, non-profit organization committed to giving food back its proper value, was born here. It is also here that the Italian University of Gastronomic Sciences, the first, and possibly only, ‘university of taste' in the world, was established. The amazing raw materials offered by the Piedmontese region include meat, cheese, wine and truffles, and are the basic ingredients used to create deliciously rich, tasty recipes. We've compiled a list of several Made in Piedmont dishes that are absolute must-tastes.