Sharing the Senses

Portrait of a culture rich in simplicity, closeness and sharing and of those who make it live.

The World Health Organization details the benefits of street cooking for the preservation of the social bond and the nutrition of the poorest populations. But not only that, it is also a formidable economic vector and lever of independence for a host of small structures, often family structures, which create employment - especially for women - and, perhaps above all, social ties. For all along the stands and trolleys that flourish along the pavements, all sections of society come together to taste these traditional recipes.

Street food, more than just a culinary tradition...