This landlocked region produces a great quantity of produce and specialty foods, most famously white and black truffles, tartufi. Black truffles are served on pasta, preserved, even stuffed into Umbrian pecorino tartufato cheese. White truffles, the rarest, are eaten freshly grated atop pasta or other dishes. In addition to chestnuts, Umbriaís forests of chestnut trees produce mushrooms as well, including porcini. Although the local diet is focused mainly around produce like the regionís lentils, spelt, olive oil and herbs, cured ham and boar from the town of Norcia is famous throughout Italy. Perugia, the capital, is famous for its chocolate convention, Eurochocolate, held every October.