I love blue because of the sense of freedom that transmits. A clearsky, an ocean, a lake in the mountains. Blue things carry freedom within. I love the fragrance of white musk because it has a wild scent, likethe woods in whichonly the brave can get in. Einaudi and his notes always take me far away, where no one can find me.
Street Food in Naples is life, passion and art. Loved and eaten by tourists as well as real Neapolitans, good street food answers perfectly to the needs of frenetic life always characterized by speed everywhere.
The first rule is convenience: prices range from 1€ to 3,50€, so they are good for your palate and your pockets too. The second rule is speed: it must immediately satisfy your food need.
But what are the 7 Neapolitan Street Food treats? Let’s see them together.
“Pizza a portafoglio”
Served steaming hot and folded in 4 like a wallet (that’s where its name comes from).
Served hot and golden, the gold of Naples – often associated with Sophia Loren’s face in the famous movie in which she interpreted the role of a genuine pizza maker – in its classic version is an explosion of fat pork, ricotta cheese, black peppercorns and tomato.
Lard and pepper tarallo
Neapolitans’ favorite snack, tasty and crumbly with almonds to be eaten on the go.
Baba au rhum on the go
Rum layered baba in a glass with chantilly cream or strawberries and whipped cream.
“Sfogliatella riccia” or “Sfogliatella frolla”
The most famous neapolitan pastry.
Sea or earthy flavors it doesn’t matter, it’s a triumph of fried food in a cone bag.
‘O pèr e o’ muss
It’s a typical dish native to Campania, it was eaten by poor people who were used to not wasting anything. Seasoned with salt and lemon, it was served in a cone bag.
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