Milan, ItalyTo honor Ebert's adventure in Milan, I thought it would be fun to share some traditional Cucina Milanese. But first, here's a mouth-watering article that will give you some history on the types of food eaten in this region of Italy and another article on where to eat in Milan.
Risotto alla milanese - risotto made with saffron and bone marrow
Ossobuco - veal shanks
Costolette alla milanese - breaded veal chops
Minestrone alla milanese - minestrone soup milanese style
Risotto al salto - leftover risotto cakes
Cassoeula - pork and cabbage stew
Ceci con la tempia di maiale - chickpeas and pork temple
I really want to learn more about different Italian cuisines now. The Cucina Milanese uses more veal and pork then I would ever eat, seeing how I've never eaten either of those foods, but I do love risotto and gorgonzola and panettone. Oh, Milano!