You may not have noticed, but if your city has a certain history there will be streets named after food. Calle de las Huertas, in Madrid, comes from the orchards that existed until the 17th century; the carrer de l’Hort de Sant Pau, in Barcelona, by the orchard of the convent of San Pablo del Campo. In Bilbao, one of the seven streets of the Old Town is that of the Carnicería Vieja. In Seville there is a Plaza del Pan. It is enough to review the street maps of the old areas to understand how the space was configured: where each product was sold, where each union was located. Maybe in the future someone will do the same exercise and understand that the street Me missing a screw, in Valladolid, owes its name to a contest organized by Ikea.