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La prima sala denominata "Camino" è la sala principale sulla quale affaccia la cucina, così chiamata perché in essa c'è un camino che funziona d'inverno rendendola calda e accogliente. In questa sala mentre si mangia si ammira il lavoro che si svolge in cucina, in questo modo si possono carpire anche dei piccoli segreti. Sempre nella stessa sala c'è l'angolo salumeria, un angolo molto fornito e da "acquolina in bocca" per chi ama i salumi e i formaggi.

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