posted 30 Sep 2013, 08:00 by Marta Conterio   [ updated 18 Nov 2013, 03:27 ]

Food Street all'italiana

Gigi Padovani, for many years a journalist and editor at La Stampa and now collaborator of the newspaper Leggo, along with his wife, Clara Vada Padovani, food critics and an expert in the history of cooking, they wrote (as already announced by INformaCIBO) a new book for the 'publisher Giunti: Italian Street Food. Street food for licking your fingers. "

The volume contains no less than 54 recipes collected by the authors in a road trip to Italy, in addition to 5 chefs who have given their own personal interpretation to the recipes, chef of the caliber of Bottura, Picchi, Scabin, Sultan and Uliassi.
Do not miss an interview with the master of Italian cuisine, Gualtiero Marchesi.

But above all, there are 20 stories (in addition to the history of Italian street food) of women and men who continue to work in their kiosks according to tradition, some of which graduates or graduates, who choose to remain.