From antiquity Paggaio Mountain is directly linked to the Dionysian worship, during which goat-like Satyrs and Bacchae with deer skins, made up the Dionysian theatre teams. Xenophon in the “Hunter” makes reference to the rich fauna of Paggaio Mountain.
The relation of the inhabitants of Paggaio Mountain to livestock breeding stems through their nutritional tradition, as well. In fact, up until recently, in Rodolivos, many of the citizens in order to make provisions for the meat of the winter, used clay jars to store their meat after certain preparation. This meat is broadly known in all Paggaio villages as Kavourmas.
Taking after this tradition, today, we produce our traditional Kavourma with local meat from calves, pigs and ship of excellent quality, using genuine, preservative-free spices, in order to bring to the consumer a delicious product with Eastern scents.
Kavourmas can be served cold with ouzo, red wine, beer, retsina - wine, and other drinks or warm with eggs, pasta, potatoes etc.