Italian Street Food
Stanislao Porzio, skilled culinary writer, tells with "Cibi di strada" (Street Food) stories of everyday life with a culinary passion truly commendable.
Although our civilization has evolved and matured, the act of eating on the street is a common action for our streets. In the central-north of Italy the stalls, the plank of taverns on the curb, the street vendors offer extraordinary delight through every bite breathe the culture of a country or a people. Eating with your hands, walking, enhances the flavor concentration on itself, putting aside unnecessary formalities of etiquette. Stanislao Porzio, skilled culinary writer, tells with "Cibi di strada" (Street Food) stories of everyday life with a culinary passion truly commendable. One senses immediately how much you love the material: the fried dumplings in Piacenza, the Lampredotto of Florence, the flatbread of Romagna, the sfincione of Palermo, the true Neapolitan pizza, the salumi of Gubbio, the Neapolitan zeppole and the Bolzano sausages. Do not miss anything in this "eat on the street"! Cibi di strada (Street Food) Guido Tommasi Editore Italian Language 287 pages 15 euro