Molise became independent from Abruzzo in 1963, but the cuisine in both regions is very similar. Molise does have several unique dishes, though, including P'lenta d'iragn, a white polenta made with potatoes and wheat and served with a tomato sauce, and Calconi di ricotta rustica, ravioli stuffed with ricotta, provolone and prosciutto, then fried in oil.
Unfortunately, the region is not very easily reached.
The closest airport are Rome and Pescara.
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Suggestion 1: 4x4 Discovery
Cross the unspoilt and wild region of Molise in a 4x4, in combination with a local products-discovery tour. Accommodation and meals in agriturismo.
Suggestion 2: Secrets of Chef-cooking
During this varied 3-day cooking workshop, you will get the opportunity to meet a Chef cook. Many of them are listed in the NIC (Nazionale Italiana Cuochi). Join the cooking class (3x half-day) in the rediscovery of Molise culinary traditions, using only fresh healthy ingredients. We’ll visit also the local pasticceria, panifici, frantoio en meat-production-sites.
Suggestion 3: Skiing
Campitello Matese, one of the largest ski resorts of southern Italy offers also a track for night skiing. Well recommended for every ski enthusiast !