Ah, yes, the hamburger bun. The soft and gentle unsung bready-hero of America's most popular menu item. Baking them is a billion-dollar industry, but they're hardly discussed when it comes to menu items these days. Heck, it's been over a century since they were invented (history has yet to determine who first put them into use) and little has changed during that time.
However, there has been one tiny addition to the bun that has been one of the greatest advancements in a long time. It’s something so small, but has had a huge impact on the hamburger bun and a few big names who sell them.
Italy isn't a huge country in terms of size, but the same simply cannot be said for its culinary offerings. Few other countries can match the flavors and textures that have been created from Italy's history.
Campania. Sure it's known as the birthplace of the Neapolitan pizza, but this popular culinary area in Italy creates some of the most delicious veggies in all of Italy - and some may argue that the vegetable dishes that come from this region compete on the world stage. Add in some delectable seafood that's always caught locally (think squid, cuttlefish, mussels and clams) and we're talking about a culinary destination that has to be seen, or tasted, to be believed.