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La Pineta means "pine forest" in Italian, and it's an odd name for the Michelin-starred restaurant in Marina di Bibanno."Fish," Zazzeri says plainly, as though he's never considered a different answer to the question.Before Zazzeri started cooking at La Pineta at age 38, he worked for 20 years on the supply end of the sea-to-table operation as one of the fishermen.That sweet and tangy salad is followed by Zazzeri's choice fish – and one of his favorite ingredients, he adds – red mullet.From scallops to octopus, Zazzeri builds his plates around the frutti di mare by pairing and seasoning them with simple ingredients indigenous to Tuscany.
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