400 gr. breast of veal 500 gr. beef shank 400 gr. pig's tails (or lean pork) 400 gr. Neapolitan sausages 250 gr. Neapolitan salami Fresh parsley and thyme A sprig of rosemary and marjoram 1 teaspoon tomato paste 1 medium-sized onion 1.5 quarts water 2.5 kg. savoy cabbage 1/2 cup dry white wine Salt and pepper to taste
On Easter Eve make broth using the meat and the herbs; begin with cold water to cover and place the herbs in a gauze pouch so you can remove them easily when the broth is done (an hour or somewhat more simmering; taste the liquid and correct seasoning). Remove and discard the herbs. Remove the meat from the broth, pluck it from the bones, and set it in a bowl, with enough broth to cover. The next day skim the fat from the bowl and the soup pot and stir in the wine. Scrub chop and boil the greens until almost done, drain them well, and finish cooking them in the broth with the meats, seasoning to taste. Serve with slices of toasted bread and vegetables.