Liguria and street food, the perfect match

Liguria and finger food

Street food, the addictive finger-licking delight, is the protagonist of hundreds of Ligurian traditions: focaccia, chick-pea farinata, cuculli and friscêu fritters to cite a few. In bygone days, eating joints of all kinds dotted the areas surrounding ports: this was the case of Genoa, too, where lawyers, writers, porters, prostitutes, artists and idlers crowded at the counter or at the tables sharing the bliss of comfort food (and cheap wine).
Basic and plain, these places still feature evocative names such as sciamadde, faïnotti, törtâe (i.e. - local dialect - words referring to fire, flour and pies) and represent the true soul of Liguria and Genoa: their atmosphere and recipes – ancient yet modern (flour, water, vegetables…) – are the most effective of gateways to the discovery of the region.
This is the fascinating world of tastes and crafts that LiguriabyLuisa discloses to foreign markets and buyers.

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