FOOD on the ROAD by Cristina Crisci
Ten years ago the rugby player Gabriele Rubini moved to New Zealand to play for a team based in Wellington and there, to support himself, he began working in a restaurant developing a passion for cooking. Today, that boy who left from Rome is one of the most loved TV characters: Chef Rubio, undisputed king of «Unti e bisunti», the TV show that has converted many people among the food lovers, but also among those who, though they eat lightly, don’t turn their nose up at the little alleys where street food reigns, at the taverns or at the most hidden and truthful kitchens, which have been unveiled during the three series of the program. The TV show has become cult also because it is characterized by regular people, made of meetings on the road and has a way of reminding the world how nice it is to eat traditional foods, not worrying if they are a little bit greasy…. By the way, right at the end of the third series, among other things Gabriele told us: «No, I don’t think there will be a new season of Greasy and greasier».
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