Lampredotto Origin: Florence Italians create some of the world’s most crowd-pleasing comfort foods (hello, spaghetti bolognese), but they’re also skilled at making more adventurous fare — and their famed lampredotto is not for the faint of heart. This street food classic consists of cow stomach cooked in a tomato broth with herbs, and it’s often served on a bun as a panino con lampredotto.
What makes grassmilk so good? It's simple: fresh grass - a diet cows' stomachs are designed to digest. These happy cows forage daily on a diet of grass (specifically a tasty rye grass) and white clover.
Great crowd at 2018 Northeast Dairy Producers Conference thanks Micronutrients for bringing me in to help dairy folks translate farm to food. We talked about the importance of using a story to connect the science of food production which led to Matt Saville sharing his cow stomach picture on the bottom. Looks like Ill be back in New York for a two-day Table Talk in Syracuse June 12-13 stay tuned for registration details.