Sunday, May 22, 2016

Info about, for or on street food in Italy


Here are some links about, for or on street food in Italy:

  • 5 Italian Street Foods to Try – "Google Italian food and immediately images of wood-fired pizzas and heaping plates of pasta pop-up. Like many, even after years of living in Italy, I don’t associate Italy with street food. We put the question to our Facebook community and taco carts were mentioned more than once along with Korean Yaki Mandu, steaming bowls of pho eaten on tiny chairs curbside in Vietnam, and lamb hot dogs smothered in rémoulade, crunchy fried onions, and sweet mustard at Bæjarins Beztu Pylsur. So when I happened to spot a Street Food Village coming to Belluno and I saw there would be a taco cart all the way from Mexico, I knew where I’d be spending my weekend! The Belluno Street Food Village is part of the traveling tour, an Italian association that has been perfecting Italian recipes from all the regions of Italy that can be eaten while walking on the street. But if you can’t make it to one of the tour locations or can’t wait until next year’s tour, here’s 5 Italian street foods to try and where to find them:" – By – "About Us" – Source: Luxe Adventure Traveler – "Adventure Travel with a Glass of Wine"
  • The 12 Best Streets Foods in Italy – "Many people don’t associate Italy with street food, but they would be missing out on a country that offers regional specialties and unique eats. Fortunately for visitors, Italian vendors are masters at making quick and delicious food for next to nothing. From the port towns where fresh seafood is piled into paper cones to specialty fried olives stuffed with meat; here are 12 of the best street foods in Italy, and don’t you dare leave this country without trying at least five." – by – Source: EscapeHere – "Destinations | Inspirations | Videos
  • 15 Italian Street Foods You Need to Eat – "Visiting Italy is not just about seeing world-class art, sunbathing on the Riviera’s beaches, and wandering cobblestone streets in its amazing cities. Visiting Italy is also about eating. And if you want real Italian food, you don’t need to spend a lot of money in Michelin-starred restaurants: real Italian food also means street food, locally known as "cibo di strada."  Street food is that it is everywhere, and each city has its specialty. So we asked Mauro Rosati, an Italian food editor and author of Street Food Heroes: Guide to the Best Italian Street Food, for help" – May 20, 2015 – Mauro Rosati – Source: Found in the YAHOO! STYLE section on YAHOO! – "Mail | Flickr | Tumblr | Answers | Groups | Mobile | More"
  • 17 Classic Italian Street Foods That Everyone Should Try Once – "" – 11/06/2015 03:28 pm ET | Updated Nov 19, 2015 – "About Us" – Source: Found in the HUFFPOST TASTE – "Recipes, Cooking Tips & Food Trends" – section on The HUFFINGTON POST – " Inform • Inspire • Entertain • Empower" – Edition: U.S.
  • Best Italian street food – "Every Italian region has its own street food specialties. Here’s a list of What to look for and where to find the best Italian street food." – "" – Source: Italian Notes – "is a passion driven food and travel website offering inspiration, background information, news and advice on destinations, history, cooking and gastronomy in Italy."
  • The Best Street Food in Italy – "Gelato and pizza are terrific, but they only scratch the surface of Italy’s exciting, rich and colorful street food scene. We picked 12 essential street eats you must try on your next trip. (Two words: fried cream)." – September 17, 2014 – Written by – "ABOUT US" – Source: Condé Nast Traveler (US Site) – "Travel Reviews, News, Guides & Tips" – "At Home in the World"  
  • Cibo di Strada: Italy’s Street Food – "Regardless of where you go, there is one thing you will find pretty much everywhere – street food! Whether it’s called take-away, street-eats, fast food, or cibo di strada; you can learn a lot about a city or region’s character and history from its street food.  Street food is mainly sold from food stands/kiosks and eaten on the go while you are out and about.  Given that Italians tend to eat dinner later, street food is a great way to curb your appetite until dinner or for tourists to try different traditional foods without breaking the bank. In recent years, Italy has seen a boom in the street food industry.  This is partly due to the economic crisis where many aspiring restaurant owners just can’t afford to open up a place and instead are taking their expertise to the streets.  And, with the changing work habits of the modern world, not everyone has the luxury of heading home to enjoy a nice long relaxing lunch with the family.  More and more people, mainly in big cities, are having to get something “al volo” or on the fly. Everyone knows that Italians take great pride in their cuisine and just because its street food doesn’t mean they will compromise on food quality.  It’s safe to say that you will still be ohhing and ahhing at the plethora of flavors you’ll find.It’s obvious that the most famous Italian street food of all is pizza, both in Italy and all over the world.  In Italy, each region has its own traditional or local street food.  So, let’s have a look at some of the most popular street foods of the bel paese." – Thursday, July 3rd, 2014 – Posted by Cherrye [Moore] – "ABOUT"  – Source: Found in the my Bella Vita Travel BLOG on the My Bella Vita TravelLLC "Calabria: Take the Toe by the Horns!"
  • Rome Street Food – "From epic pizza strips to delicious arancini (fried rice balls), writer Katie Parla and photographer Daniel Krieger uncover the best of Rome street food now." – "slideshow" – "" – Source: Food & Wine Magazine – "Recipes, Menus, Chefs, Wine, Cooking, Holidays, Entertaining" 
  • STREET FOOD ALL'ITALIANAIn Italian Only – "CON UN PO’ DI ACQUA E FARINA" – "WITH SOME WATER AND FLOUR" – "journey throughout the boot, exciting and engaging, the roots of the most genuine Italian cuisine, simple and generous, made of a few simple ingredients, one that fed the people for centuries. Drinks and dishes from the "street food Italian style" bear witness to a great story, full of humanity and creativity: we tell you through the many characters that we met. Certainly not "fireworks cooks" who want to impress with special effects, but "food maker" who defend with determination and pride their street foods. Men and women who every day open their shops and their kiosks, where knead with unchanged passion, fire, fry, boil, roast, giving you a smile or a gesture of wit." – "It takes a bit of water and flour to create many specialties: pizzas, wraps, crescentine, Goffre, grespelle, cannoli: the recipes we have collected "live" from the street - also described by the video that you will find in the Video section of this site - they are all achievable at home, for the pleasure of a different dinner with friends, for a special party for boys, for a tasty snack. Today it is very fashionable to talk about street food without investigating its origins and re-evaluate the local traditions that have originated. They have remained in my mind and heart the colors of the food: we tried to send you with our original photographs taken on the streets of Italy. As for the perfume, you can hear it: trying the recipes" – by Clara e Gigi Padovani – Source: streetfooditalia.itIn Italian Only – "LIBRO | INTRODUZIONE | ABSTRACT | GLI AUTORI | INDICE | VIDEO | RECENSIONI"
  • Street food in Italy – ". . .From North to South, each region, each city even, has its local street food delicacies, but in recent years Italians have become more exotic and started going for foreign options, too. What you can find mainly depends on local tastes and on what is most in demand in the area. Variety is queen, but there are dishes you'd associate typically to one region or another. Take a look at this list of delicious, mouth watering street foods, Italian style!" – Thu, 01/09/2014 - 13:57 – Submitted by annadefilippo – Source: – "is a website that covers multiple aspects of Italian contemporary life and tourism." – "News | Travel | Food & Wines | Culture | Lifestyle | Fashion | Moving to Italy | Learn Italian | Home & Garden | Places"
  • Street food Italian style – "Street food: a delicious way to experience the culture of a land." – "" – "Company Info" – Source: Found in the Food & Drink section on italytraveller – "has everything you'll need for an unforgettable travel experience" – "Destinations | Experiences | BudgetHotel Collection" – In English, Italian
  • STREET FOOD MILAN – "The idea around was born because of the passion for food and travels, so both tourists and locals can enjoy and discover the different flavours of the Italian and foreign kitchen in an easy, fast and cheap way, always keeping focused on quality and taste. We want to go through from pizza to the traditional Italian’s flavours, from burger to the ethnic kitchen, aims to help you finding out new places where your food requirements can be satisfied, if you’re vegan, vegetarian or gluten intollerant – this is your place! All the places listed in our website have been selected, then we’ve been there, trying to get you a very useful guide, with an eye to your pocket as well!" – "" – "" – Source: web site – "Your street food city guide"'
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That's it for Sunday, 22 May 2016: domenica, 22 maggio 2016

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