“Loving one's work is the thing that comes closest to happiness on earth”
Rita Levi Montalcini
I never wanted to be a butcher. It was a job that I really didn't like. The reason? A thousand reasons: the afternoons, the holidays, the summers, practically every time I was home from school, my parents needed help in our Butcher's shop. After high school, concluded with the title of mechanical expert, I decided to go to work as a technical designer in a company in Asti.
This experience lasted a couple of years, after which I asked my father to be able to work in the butcher shop. I will always remember his words, he said "If you decide to work here you have to work hard and work hard". “Se decidi di lavorare qui ti devi impegnare e lavorare sodo”.
He taught me to be a tireless professional, attentive and precise. In the 2010 the butcher shop was registered to me and from that moment I decided to work with the ambition of being better every day than the previous one. I start my research of the best meats that my region could offer, small farmers with rural farming techniques.
When they ask me what work I do I proudly answer "The most beautiful job in the world, the butcher"..
Today I'm happy