Among the various types of pasta in the culinary tradition of Sardinia, Su Filindeu is among those that characterise it. Typical of Nuoro, the name is apparently interpreted as 'God's Threads'. It is a dish that is difficult to find even in traditional restaurants, but can be tasted during the festivities of San Francesco di Lula. In fact, this soup is offered by the priors of the feast to the pilgrims who arrive, after walking 32 kilometres, at the country church during the night. A tradition that has been repeated for about 300 years, a recipe handed down from generation to generation and remained unchanged until today.