SCIACCA'S ACHOVIES - FROM SEA TO JAR

In Sciacca, Italy’s 4th port for its fleet size and the quantity of its catch, what is the best way to learn about its sea history?

In our opinion, it the best way is to be accompanied by a family

which for four generations has worked with the brilliant blue fish of our sea. With them you will discover how their life follows sea and nature’s rhythm and how the fish is processed, salted and preserved to allow you to taste Sicily through each anchovy fillet.

To accompany you on this journey,in addition to the Curreri family, there will also be all those women and men who have been doing this job all their lives.

Prezzo Starting at 60,00

SCIACCA'S ACHOVIES - FROM SEA TO JAR

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AVAILABILITY: depending on the cacth/weather

DURATION: 2h
MINIMUN OF PARTECIPANTS: 1
Maximum of participants: 6

COST PER PERSON: 60€
DISCOUNT FOR FAMILIES AND GROUPS: FROM 4 PARTICIPANTS SAVE 20%

WHAT IS INCLUDED:

– welcoming by the Curreri family

– production process storytelling from fishing to canning

– fresh fish processing by the guest: anchovies cleaning, washing and salting process

– aging storytelling, washing of the aged anchovies, fish bones removing and filets placing in the jar

– anchovies tasting

– jar of fillets in oil to take immediately and a personalized label jar made by the guest (850gr) to be shipped for free in Italy or abroad (extra cost)

– food handling kit

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Vendor Information

  • Store Name: Curreri Original
  • Vendor: Curreri Original
  • Address: Via Aldo Moro 17
    92019
    Sciacca
    AGRIGENTO
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Sciacca, Agrigento, Italy
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