One of the great pleasures of life is food. Even bigger is the pleasure of crunching it in the street, when we feel the need to eat quickly something or simply we can not resist to taste the bread just bought while we run busy. When you eat in the street, the taste of the food seems even different.
"The street food is openly violating many of the rules of the house. The consumption is at the same time a private matter and a public event, because it happens on the street or in spaces under the eyes of everyone, so tied to the community. You are alone and with others at the same time, and this creates an atmosphere of complicity between customers, so often they exchange a few words, a joke, because the situation leads to a sense of confidence not common.
"In Italy we must taste the poor dishes of the past, now known as "street food". You can also draw on a cuisine of recovery, to renew and refresh it, but Streetfood recommends to follow carefully the history, the culture and the local and not local culinary heritage, also considered the continuing contamination. The child and the adolescent don’t have starred or designer restaurants in their imaginary, nor the economic resources to access and consume. And so these categories are left in the middle, to be captured by appealing advertising, often misleading. We must spread the culture of street food, in order to educate the young generations, and provide them a valid alternative to snacks in cellophane and hamburgers; the restaurant must go back to the street, thanks to young professionals, ready to communicate with young people.
This kind of thinking has led us to develop our concept of street food. A quality food, stripped of all the superstructures of the service, limited only to food in your hand, ready to meet the need of "hunger". An inexpensive food, a traditional food, easily identifiable, but gourmand.
All this may represent a new "Renaissance of low-cost Italian cuisine".