A nickname is a name-day element added to the personal name and can refer to an individual or an entire family. Fùlana is therefore supranomen, used in the past to indicate a color or a certain shade of color: fawn.
This supranomen indicated for several years the tawny coat of a donkey, which the owner family owned for field work. This family now runs a trattoria bearing the name Fùlana.
The peasant tradition has not been completely abandoned, in an age when everything is lost in a weakened past, because reduced to sterile anachronism, this new project arrives. The project integrates typical products, directly cultivated in the old farmhouses, with an articulated culinary proposal. The kitchen is directly managed by Mrs. Maria (called the Fùlana) with a menu rich in vegetables and legumes directly prepared in the traditional cooking method in pignata, fresh pasta of durum wheat and semolina with the different proposals of the day and second courses of grilled meat or stews.
A separate chapter is for sweets. Here the tradition is interrupted, new experiences are faced, new ideas are given. The cake with pears and almond cream is born, a regular event for each of our new guests. The fig crumble peeps out in the summer and the hazelnut and chocolate cake is confirmed again.