You Can’t Beat Their Meat: Visit a Braceria in Puglia

The fornello began as many great Italian traditions do, with great ingredients and a simple gesture of kindness. The livestock in the Murgia feed off beautiful grass, wild herbs, ancient bitter greens, and almost all of it just there for the eating. This lifestyle for the animal creates flavorful cuts of beef and lamb that are very lean and quite expensive.

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