The “Eve lived at Plescoi” exhibit will be displayed at the Romanian Peasant Museum on Thursday, September 20. Author Adrian Ilfoveanu will show a statue made of Plescoi sausages, one of Romania's rare delicacies.
Next to the sculpture, the event will also include a photo gallery by Nicu Ilfoveanu (Adrian’s brother), on the same theme - “Eves of Plescoi”.
The Plescoi sausages, named after the village where they are producet, are made out of a combination of half-dried, half smoked meats. During the Communist era, the home-based production of food was forbidden and there were cases when the "Eves" in Plescoi were sent to jail simply for preserving a tradition.