The “Borlengo” (“burlàng” or “burleng” if you prefer the local dialect) is an extremely traditional local food. It looks like a crumbly sheet of tissue paper, and it’s be prepared cooking a liquid batter called “colla” (“glue”) into a very large tin-plated copper pan.

It’s usually flavored with a few drops of liquefied lard, rosemary, garlic, and gratet Parmesan cheese.

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