I Peccati di Ciacco's Cundiun is unique in that it reflects traditions of both the coastal Riviera Ligure region and those of the verdant yet lesser-known hills behind it. This is because it includes classic ingredients such as Ligurian extra virgin olive oil, (sun dried) tomatoes, capers, and anchovies, but also aromatic mushrooms indigenous to the rustic interior. Italians often refer to this kind of dish as monti e mare, or “mountains and sea” referring to the mixed geography of the Italian peninsula. Traditionally, cundiun is served over crackers, but is great with crusty breads and along side soft goat cheeses.
Imported from Italy. 9.52 oz.