Eh, this feels like a Food Network TV documentary that got sent into theaters and Netflix.
Italians immigrated to North and South America starting with World War 2 and the economic downturn that marked the end of the war. Some people assimilated their food knowledge with the abundance of meat and converted their culinary skills into new dishes that were appreciated at their new home.
Other people called traditionalists eschew change and demand things be done the old way.
The food looks fine, the exploration of how changing cultures can change culinary identities is interesting, and the various people interviewed are passionate. But there's not enough meat in the bones to make more than a thin broth.
The lack of runtime keeps this from being anything more than just a palate cleanser.