Street food Italy, Filitalia webinar series about how the food reflects the incredible diversity of the Italian cusine. Friday, June 19, 2020
Street food Italy, Filitalia webinar series on Friday, June 19, 2020 online through Cisco Webex Meetings from 5.30 pm to 6.30 pm. The event is $10 for all Filitalia members and non members. Food has always been a cultural factor for Italians and Filitalia organized a webinar with Angela Cacciarru, member of the organization. The Dolce Vita is inextricably linked to the flavor of many delightful Italian dishes known worldwide, such as pasta, risotto and wine. Equally important, however, is how Italians create and enjoy the communal ritual of food consumption. Together, around a table, or maybe at a seaside picnic, or at a café or restaurant, dining Italian style is an eternal unifying element that brings people together.
Street food Italy, join the webinar!
Know Italy trough street food: the idea of Filitalia. What about the famous street food that is cooked and sold on the streets of Italy? Which kind of street food can one find in different areas? How does this food reflect the incredible diversity of Italian cuisine? How is street food prepared and served? Who buys and eats Italian street food and how? If you are curious about the answers to these questions, Filitalia International & Foundation invites you to join the virtual food tour! Angela will introduce you to Italians who, with deep roots in their local traditions, are creating new culinary delights, and finding novel ways of enjoying togetherness around a familiar common theme: food!
Angela was born and raised in Italy, and has more than twenty years of experience as an instructor of Italian language and culture. She got her BA in Economics from the University of Cagliari, in Sardinia, where she also collaborated with a poetry magazine as an editor and author. She left Italy in 1990, and, since then, has developed an extensive international and multidisciplinary teaching background in the United States, Europe, and sub-Saharan Africa. She became an United States citizen in 2004. Her knowledge of Human Geography, her academic specialty since her Ph.D. at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, has been important in diversifying and broadening the content of her classes.
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