It is the sociological story of street food and the people who prepare it and sell it in the Sicilian roads and squares. A collection of memories to be passed on to the future generations, but also to those who are getting acquainted with our land. "The aroma and flavor of coffee, among others, awakens the energy and flavors of memories”.
The Italian and English versions, are enriched by 65 precious drawings made by Rodo Santoro, architect, painter, set designer, journalist and essayist. The English translation allows this story to be spread worldwide. Pani cà Meusa tells the story of Sicilian street food, and is a precious guide for islanders and visitors who want to deepen their knowledge of the gastronomic culture of the people capable of combining eastern and western cultures, even in their cuisine.