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focaccia col formaggio

Manuelina is a restaurant in Recco famous for it's focaccia. I first heard about this restaurant and the focaccia they make from my Italian teacher, while taking a night class here in Hawaii.

In 2003, I spent a few nights in Camogli. After arriving in Camogli, one of the first things I did was to inquire on how to get to Recco. I was told that Recco was not that far and so I decided to walk there. It was a long walk (about 3 KM each way). The town of Recco itself was not that far, but Manuelina was located at the far end of Recco from Camogli.

When I finally arrived at Manuelina, I was rewarded with the most wonderful focaccia - focaccia col formaggio. This focaccia was not anything like the typical focaccia one has seen or eaten. It was thinner and filled with a delicious cheese mixture. The taste reminded me of my mom's blintzes. The only thing missing was the plum jelly to put on top.

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So, if you are ever in Recco, make sure to visit Manuelina and order some focaccia col formaggio. They also have a take out window just for the focaccia.

Comments (2)

I went to Recco - to go to the market - I love the weekly market!

I am still laughing about that "cat" poster. I'm still not sure if it was serious or a joke. You'd have to be a bit silly to mistake a possum for a cat - I'd love to know if it was true. What a hoot!

Oh my gosh Leslie, and here I thought it was just a really ugly cat!!
(see Leslie's Kaleidoscope blog for the poster - link is on my blog)

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