South-east side of Tornik

Zlatiborci are known as producers of meat and meat products because it is the climate natural features destined to be a cattle breeding area. In addition to meat products milk and milk products.

On the edges of Zlatibor, in the lower regions population sown cereals (wheat, barley, rye, oats, corn, buckwheat) and vegetables (potatoes, onions, ...), and on the slopes and yards rasađena plum trees are the most common of which are old rakijske variety (rank, Madžarka, drenovka, jakljanka, Šljivac ...). In addition to plums grown apples and recently more and more raspberries and blackberries.

It is quite natural that this area is perfect for the production of those products that were provided for the raw materials. Back in pretprošlom Zlatiborci century were the most famous manufacturers of dried beef, pork and mutton, and their products were valued at a market in Belgrade and Sarajevo, and often came up to Vienna and Budapest. Today, meat products most traded commodity in the rich variety of gastronomic specialties, Zlatibor, and immediately followed by dairy products.

Old varieties of plums Zlatiborci local plum brandy products.

Zlatiborska market offers a wide selection of local products and to be presented to consumers to better organize zlatiborci "Pršutijadu" in Mackat and "Rakijada" in the village of plum brandy.

Zlatibor restaurants near various cuisines that are represented in their bid and offer dishes that are typical for this region, such as: zlatiborska snacks (cheese, cream cheese, ham ...), complete bun (baked bun with cream cheese, egg and prijetopom) polenta with sour cream, heljdopitu, various other pies, cabbage, roast lamb ....

Photo: Saša Stojanović from Sokobanja spa

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Copyright: Saša Stojanović
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Taken: 26/07/2010
Uploaded: 25/07/2011
Updated: 21/03/2015


Tags: tornik; durmitor; zlatibor; crna gora; srbija; serbia
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