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Macelleria Scalino has been involved in switzerland since the beginning of the Slow Food movement. Under the label Presidio Slow Food, the Macelleria Scalino carries its centerpiece «Furmagin da cion». "Al cion" is how the pig is called in the local dialect. And "furmagin" means cheese, but in this case it means a meat pie. It used to be baked in cake trays and looked like a loaf of cream cheese. In ancient times, each family produced its own Furmagin during the "Metzgete". Onions, spices, broth and red wine were mixed with the meat and the mixture was baked in the oven in the pig net. A traditional dish that can hardly be found today.
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