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Following this video, what is the name of the Sardinian-Emilia Romagna cuisine that adds wine at the end of the cheese broth, as advised by Edoardo Celadon?

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  • Questions about health are specifically off-topic. Asking about the name is fine.
    – GdD
    Jan 23 at 17:32
  • All of that information is explicitly contained in the video. What are you looking to find out, that's not in the video?
    – FuzzyChef
    Jan 23 at 19:03
  • Can you tell me what is the name of the cuisine that adds wine at the end of the cheese broth? and a background about it?
    – Avi
    Jan 23 at 20:37
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    I’m not sure what you mean by “name of the cuisine”. Names like, “Italian cuisine” or “vegetarian cuisine”?
    – Sneftel
    Jan 23 at 20:55
  • @SneftelI, I asked specifically about the name of the cuisine that shown in the attached above video that adds wines at the end of cheese broth.
    – Avi
    Jan 24 at 5:10

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Emilia-Romagna is a province in the North of Italy, and includes the two cities of Bologna and Parma. As such, Emilia-Romagna's food is definitional for "Northern Italian" cuisine.

The cuisine includes many foods which are internationally famous, including:

  • Prosciutto
  • Parmigiano Reggiano
  • Tortellini
  • Balsamic Vinegar
  • Sangiovese wine

Sardinia is a separate part of Italy, an island to the west, and has its own cuisine.

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  • I asked specifically about the name of the cuisine that shown in the attached above video that adds wines at the end of cheese broth.
    – Avi
    Jan 24 at 5:10
  • @Avi The name of the cuisine is “northern Italian cuisine”. If the answer you’re looking for is not “northern Italian cuisine” then you need to figure out the words for the actual question you wanted to ask. (Perhaps try a different translation dictionary.)
    – Sneftel
    Jan 24 at 9:16
  • @Sheftel, in the video he mentioned something like Surbeer. Please watch the attached video.
    – Avi
    Jan 24 at 10:00
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    @Avi, to reiterate what's been said already, what you're asking for isn't what you want. There's (according to the video) a tradition within the cuisine of Emilia Romagna, and that's what you'd like to know about - either that or the name of a specific dish.
    – Chris H
    Jan 24 at 12:21
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    @Avi the word you wanted was "dish", not "cuisine". A "cuisine" is a whole body of food for a region.
    – FuzzyChef
    Jan 25 at 0:53

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