Lampredotto: Wanted, dead or alive

I woke up today with a monumental craving for Lampredotto of all things…

What on earth is it?: The fourth (and final) stomach of a cow, slow-cooked long long time in stock with tomato, celery, onion and parsley. Best eaten when stuffed in a helplessly fluffy white bap with lashings of freshly ground chilli paste and salsa verde.

Last Eaten: @ Nerbone Cafe, San Lorenzo Mercato Centrale (Florence, Italy). Lookout for Nerbone’s priceless sign that’s been guiding lost Japanese tourists to its stand since 1872…

Reward: If you happen to know where I can get my hands on Lampredotto in London, do share. Lunch on me.

(Lampredotto lunch of course…)